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Africa Must Abolish Colonial Anti-Cannabis Laws to Unlock a 7 Billion Dollar Industry

The African cannabis industry is expected to be worth over US$7.1 billion by 2023. However, many countries will not benefit from the growth unless they abandon their colonial anti-cannabis laws. The time for legal change is now.

Africa Must Abolish Colonial Anti-Cannabis Laws to Unlock a 7 Billion Dollar Industry
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