REPORT: Legal Pot Sales Are Off to Slow Start in Canada
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Canada’s experiment with legal pot is off to a slow and sputtering start.
Recreational sales of marijuana are muted, hurt by supply constraints and competition from the black market.
The article goes on to state the following:
Six months after the country became the largest economy to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, retail sales have undershot expectations. Supply shortages, restrictions on marijuana-based products and competition from a still-thriving black market have combined to keep a lid on sales.
— Vipal Monga (@vipalmonga) April 13, 2019
In Canada, recreational sales of marijuana are muted, hurt by supply constraints and competition from the black market https://t.co/7oBMeTfoch
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 13, 2019
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