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Elon Musk may be trying to cut a deal with China that could give it a huge advantage, according to a Tesla analyst (TSLA)

Business Insider Thursday, 10 January 2019
Elon Musk may be trying to cut a deal with China that could give it a huge advantage, according to a Tesla analyst (TSLA)· Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas thinks Tesla CEO Elon Musk might be taking matters into his own hands to dodge the immediate effects of a Trump trade war.
· Musk could be looking to cut a deal with China on imported Tesla vehicles while the carmaker is building a new factory in Shanghai.

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Business Insider reports that Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas thinks Tesla CEO Elon Musk might be taking matters into his own hands to dodge the immediate effects of a Trump trade war. The analyst says that he believes that Musk could be looking to cut a deal with China on imported Tesla vehicles...

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