Depending on what country you are in, the progress of cannabis legalization is in very different stages.
"I found the sector very attractive to invest in, understanding that it is currently developing and that it is still lacking maturity," said Facundo Garretón.
That honor would instead go to Nigeria, a country where 19.4% of the population over the age of 18 have consumed marijuana in the past year,
That level of support for cannabis legalization could present itself the second president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador takes the reins on December 1.
When Uruguay legalized cannabis nationwide in July of last year, they were the first country to do so, setting up for a serious social experiment in South America where the War on Drugs has been raging since the 1970s.
Specifically, the bill passed with a 68-5 vote in Peru, which will allow cannabis oil to be produced, as well as imported and commercialized.
The Latin American country Uruguay has become the first country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana nationally under a government sanctioned program.
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