The forecast for the legal cannabis market in Asia is rosy- it’s expected to swell to $8.5 billion by 2024 from practically nothing. One of the main questions surrounding this potential market is which country will establish an early lead as a supplier. Surprisingly, Thailand could be a likely candidate.
When Nancy Whiteman, 61, founded her cannabis edibles company, Wana Brands, almost a decade ago in Boulder, Colorado, the legal industry was relatively diverse and dominated by local startups. It helped that Wall Street banks and institutional investors took a hands-off approach to cannabis, leery of getting involved with a drug that’s still banned by the federal government. “It was a pretty even playing field for everybody- men, women, anybody who was interested,” Whiteman says.
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