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Cheap gas and weaker US rules for fuel economy aren't going to help Tesla sell more electric cars (TSLA)

Business Insider Sunday, 5 April 2020
Cheap gas and weaker US rules for fuel economy aren't going to help Tesla sell more electric cars (TSLA)· Tesla must confront a world in which gas prices are collapsing amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the US government just weakened fuel-economy standards that had been established under the Obama administration.
· The company could manage one of those developments, but having two occur at the same time could be challenging.
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