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Tesla seems to have trouble cracking the Chinese market


Billionaire entrepreneur and co-founder Elon Musk took the time to discuss Tesla’s situation after the electric US automaker started its expansion worldwide, also entering the world’s largest auto market, China, last year. Chief Executive Elon Musk discussed this week about his company on the sidelines of the Automotive World News Congress held at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan, in conjunction ...
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