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When people talk about cannabis, all eyes turn to Canada. After all, the country was of the first to legalize cultivation and usage for medical purposes in 2001. Then, of course, they fully legalized the cultivation, sale, and adult-use of recreational cannabis last year. Canada also houses some of the largest and most notable companies in the industry, including Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, and Tilray.

However, those excited about the future of cannabis might want to turn their attention south to Latin America. While the continent is made up of a number of countries, each with a unique view on cannabis, the

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