Tesla Could Benefit From Change Of Auto-Manufacturing Rule In China
Since the 1990s, China has required foreign automakers to engage in joint-ventures with Chinese companies in order to sell US-badged vehicles in the Middle Kingdom. No JV and you pay a 25% import tax.
The most prominent, JV-less US automaker that has to pay the tax is Tesla, which has a single assembly plant in California..
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