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Hundreds of millions of dollars of debt is coming due over the next three years, and cannabis companies whose share prices have withered will be forced to repay - despite having little revenue and a limited ability to refinance.
An all-share acquisition, which the companies value at $3.4-billion, will be triggered upon changes to U.S. federal law
Police will be focusing on arresting anyone selling marijuana to minors
Under a friendly agreement between the companies, Edmonton-based Aurora will pay the equivalent of $1.04 per Hempco share, payable in Aurora shares
Aphria says revenue from ‘adult-use’ cannabis in the latest quarter was $7.19-million compared with $11.03-million in the preceding quarter which only included six weeks of legalized sales