Ex-Hershey Factory May Turn Into Canadian Pot Plant

Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bruce Linton, chairman of Tweed Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Greg Quinn about the company's application to the Canadian government for a commercial license to produce medical marijuana in an abandoned chocolate factory once owned by Hershey Co. in Smiths Falls, Ontario. Tweed is one of 185 companies seeking to start producing pot next year under a new system created by conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government. (Source: Bloomberg)

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07:55 - Bloomberg Markets Middle East hosted by Yousef Gamal El-Din and David Ingles. Guests include Fabio Scacciavillani, chief economist at Oman Investment Fund, and Vinod Rai, chairman at India Banks Board Bureau. (Source: Bloomberg)
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