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The Latin America and Caribbean Cannabis Report: Second Edition

Cannabis has been present in Latin American countries for centuries. The Latin America and Caribbean Cannabis Report investigates pioneering legalisation from Colombia and Uruguay, joined in some degree by Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and St Kitts. They are all following the path of decriminalisation and with many taking steps towards full legalisation.

There are high hopes for this region, with unmatched cost-benefit possibilities, a strategic location and an internal market that could lead to high demand from a population expected to surpass the 700 million mark during the current decade. LAC also benefits from low-cost labour and construction costs, meaning that the overall cost of production can be up to 80% lower than that of North America.

Growing cannabis in LAC is therefore a high-yield and high-margin package, and the region is fast recognising its own potential to become a major player in the hemp and cannabis industry worldwide. Our deep-dive into this area investigates the reasons behind the regions newly developed growth analysing legislation, production, innovation, the market and much more.
The Latin America and Caribbean Cannabis Report: Second Edition
The Latin America and Caribbean Cannabis Report: Second Edition
The Latin America and Caribbean Cannabis Report: Second Edition

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