The global legal marijuana market could be worth $63.5bn by 2024 © 123RF
The global legal marijuana market could be worth $63.5bn by 2024 © 123RF

Australia aims to be 'number one medicinal cannabis supplier'

8 January 2018

Australia’s government has announced that medicinal cannabis growers will be able to legally export their products in a bid to boost the fledging local industry and become the world’s top supplier.

Australia has joined Canada, Israel, the Netherlands and Uruguay in targeting the fast-growing legal global marijuana market, which forecasters predict could be worth $63.5bn by 2024.

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