China marijuana law and policy
*Donald Trump said, ”The only way to solve the drug problem is through toughness. When I was in China, I said ‘Mr. President, do you have a drug problem?'” [Xi Jinping replied] “No, no, no, we do not”. “I said, how … what do you attribute that to?” [Xi replied], “the death penalty”. … Trump said, “I don’t know if the United States is ready for it, they should be ready for it.” … Trump said, “We have companies coming back into the United States, you haven’t seen them, i used to tell you that was gonna happen but now its happening but a problem a lot of people can’t qualify because of drugs” -[Trump’s Transcript excerpts Rally in Moon Township, PA 3/10/18}
In China, there is no medical marijuana legislation allowing for medicinal use of cannabis.
In China, marijuana is considered a narcotic. Under Section Seven of the Criminal Law of the People’s Republic of China, Article 345, individuals who smuggle, traffic, transport or manufacture narcotic drugs are sentenced to either 15 years of prison, life imprisonment or death, and suffer confiscation of property.
From the Article (Medicalmarijuana.com):
China Marijuana Law and Policy
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