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10/28/2016 - 5:26am
Colorado's Marijuana Industry Is Larger than Some Countries' GDPs
(Alcohol, Cannabis, Colorado, Facilities, Fertilizers, Gambia, Grenada, Research, Samoa, United States, Cultivation, Security) Colorado's marijuana industry generated $2.39 billion in direct and secondary business revenue and created 18,005 jobs in 2015, according to the latest 'Economic Impact of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado' report from the Marijuana Policy Group (MPG).More than 12,000 of those jobs directly came from the cannabis industry, while roughly 5,400 came from the new ancillary business that have popped up to support the state's thriving marijuana market. Ancillary businesses include consultant groups, construction companies hired to build facilities, and security services, among others.Cannabis sales also soared, increasing by over 42 percent from $699 million in 2014 to nearly $1 billion ($996 million) in 2015. To put that in perspective, those sales numbers are bigger than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of countries such as Grenada and The Gambia.Tax revenue also increased 52 percent to $121.2 million in 2015, passing casino and gaming tax revenues by 14 percent. Cannabis tax revenue is...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/102816-mpg-cannabis-colorado-report
10/28/2016 - 5:26am
Colorado's Marijuana Industry Is Larger than Some Countries' GDPs
(Alcohol, Cannabis, Colorado, Facilities, Fertilizers, Gambia, Grenada, Research, Samoa, United States, Cultivation, Security) Colorado's marijuana industry generated $2.39 billion in direct and secondary business revenue and created 18,005 jobs in 2015, according to the latest 'Economic Impact of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado' report from the Marijuana Policy Group (MPG).More than 12,000 of those jobs directly came from the cannabis industry, while roughly 5,400 came from the new ancillary business that have popped up to support the state's thriving marijuana market. Ancillary businesses include consultant groups, construction companies hired to build facilities, and security services, among others.Cannabis sales also soared, increasing by over 42 percent from $699 million in 2014 to nearly $1 billion ($996 million) in 2015. To put that in perspective, those sales numbers are bigger than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of countries such as Grenada and The Gambia.Tax revenue also increased 52 percent to $121.2 million in 2015, passing casino and gaming tax revenues by 14 percent. Cannabis tax revenue is...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/102816-mpg-cannabis-colorado-report
10/28/2016 - 5:26am
Colorado's Marijuana Industry Is Larger than Some Countries' GDPs
(Alcohol, Cannabis, Colorado, Facilities, Fertilizers, Gambia, Grenada, Research, Samoa, United States, Cultivation, Security) Colorado's marijuana industry generated $2.39 billion in direct and secondary business revenue and created 18,005 jobs in 2015, according to the latest 'Economic Impact of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado' report from the Marijuana Policy Group (MPG).More than 12,000 of those jobs directly came from the cannabis industry, while roughly 5,400 came from the new ancillary business that have popped up to support the state's thriving marijuana market. Ancillary businesses include consultant groups, construction companies hired to build facilities, and security services, among others.Cannabis sales also soared, increasing by over 42 percent from $699 million in 2014 to nearly $1 billion ($996 million) in 2015. To put that in perspective, those sales numbers are bigger than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of countries such as Grenada and The Gambia.Tax revenue also increased 52 percent to $121.2 million in 2015, passing casino and gaming tax revenues by 14 percent. Cannabis tax revenue is...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/102816-mpg-cannabis-colorado-report
10/28/2016 - 5:26am
Colorado's Marijuana Industry Is Larger than Some Countries' GDPs
(Alcohol, Cannabis, Colorado, Facilities, Fertilizers, Gambia, Grenada, Research, Samoa, United States, Cultivation, Security) Colorado's marijuana industry generated $2.39 billion in direct and secondary business revenue and created 18,005 jobs in 2015, according to the latest 'Economic Impact of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado' report from the Marijuana Policy Group (MPG).More than 12,000 of those jobs directly came from the cannabis industry, while roughly 5,400 came from the new ancillary business that have popped up to support the state's thriving marijuana market. Ancillary businesses include consultant groups, construction companies hired to build facilities, and security services, among others.Cannabis sales also soared, increasing by over 42 percent from $699 million in 2014 to nearly $1 billion ($996 million) in 2015. To put that in perspective, those sales numbers are bigger than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of countries such as Grenada and The Gambia.Tax revenue also increased 52 percent to $121.2 million in 2015, passing casino and gaming tax revenues by 14 percent. Cannabis tax revenue is...
http://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/Article/102816-mpg-cannabis-colorado-report