Medical cannabis was legalised in Australia in October 2016. Two years later, the country aspires to be among the global frontrunners in the field.
Opportunities, forecasts and trends
Medical cannabis was legalised in Australia in October 2016. Two years later, the country strives to position itself as one of the global leaders in the legal cannabis sector by establishing a strong presence in cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution.
The Oceania Cannabis Report™ investigates:
- Crucial opportunities and regulations within the Oceania region
- Market forecasts for both Australian and New Zealand cannabis markets
- Emerging companies and trends originating from the Oceania region
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