Vying to become Europe's "Cannabis Superpower," marijuana entrepreneurs in the recently rebranded country are waiting for the government to act.

In a desolate industrial zone of this capital city, a cannabis grow house is under construction that, when finished, will span 178,000 square feet, about the size of a Walmart superstore.

At full capacity, 17 tons of marijuana a year, worth about $50 million, will be harvested.

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David Segal ~ New York Times

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