In April of 2020, the Lebanese Government legalized the use of cannabis for medical purposes. In this article, we will discuss some of the practical expectations regarding the investment dynamics in the current Lebanese environment and under the new Law. The currently fertile land in Lebanon for the growth of cannabis is expected to be between 5,000 to 6,000 acres. It is also expected that the landmass for the legal cultivation of cannabis would increase beyond 6,000 acres as the cultivation of medicinal and industrial cannabis expands in Lebanon. The cost of setting up factories for the manufacturing of cannabis varies from country to country. No factories are currently established and/or operational for the manufacturing of medicinal cannabis in Lebanon, given the fact that the legislation was passed a few months ago and no licenses have yet to be granted.

Sean Hocking, Cannabis Law Report, 01/06/2021 23:54:00

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