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The African Cannabis Report™

While cannabis remains illegal in most African countries, many nations are keen to embrace cultivation as a way to boost their economies.

Cannabis is already widely grown and consumed across the continent with production currently standing at around 38,000 tonnes and consumption rates at 13.2%.

While any path towards a legalised and regulated cannabis industry presents a number of significant challenges due to opaque laws and inconsistent enforcement, Africa’s climate, affordable land and low-cost labour offer enormous opportunities in a market that could exceed $US7.1 billion by 2023.

The report explores:
  • Commercial and business opportunities in 9 African markets
  • Legislation and the latest regulatory guidelines across the region
  • Emerging trends, market forecasts and industry insights
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