DORAL, FL -- March 14th, 2017 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- Santo Mining Corporation (OTCBB:SANP), (the "Company"), Today the Company announces, that the Board of Directors in an unanimous decision has approved; that it has entered into the cannabis industry. During the days to come the Company will be unveiling the niche segments of the cannabis sector it has already started developing and other cannabis sectors it will expand into in the very near term.
Mr. Franjosé Yglesias CEO/Chairman of SANP stated; “Because of our many years and experience in international trade, we have developed many key and exclusive contacts that are a perfect fit for the cannabis industry in the USA. We will be aggressively working on our audit to make the company fully reporting to incorporate this new market and bring shareholder and investor value.” Additionally Mr. Matt Arnett CMO commented; “We’ve been working strategy and effortlessly in order to rapidly role out our cannabis business model, which we have already been recently executing on. Once again we look forward to updating our shareholders and the market with more details by March 20th, 2017. We are extremely excited by entering into is $2.1 billion dollar cannabis market, with a potential growth of 700% by 2020 and expected to be a $50 billion dollar market by 2026. We are surly living in exciting times.”
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