Tesla faces new obstacles in duplicating U.S. results in China

This week, a Chinese customer in Zhejiang province purchased the first Tesla Model S in mainland China for RMB 2.5 million ($410,000). The buyer imported the Model S from Hong Kong, where Tesla has already established a sales force. Though Tesla has not formally started selling the vehicles in ma...

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