Elon Musk's warning that Tesla may be shut down

Elon Musk's warning that Tesla may be shut down
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, the world's most valuable auto company and the world's second-richest man, has said his company could be shut down if it is used for espionage. The Chinese military has banned Tesla cars from some of its centers. Musk said this in response. Musk said that if it happens not only in China but in any country of the world, then the Tesla company could be shut down.

China accounts for 30 percent of Tesla's global sales. The Chinese military has barred Tesla cars from entering its facilities. According to the Chinese military, cameras installed in Tesla cars could endanger the security system. In a virtual discussion on a well-known Chinese forum, Musk said: "It is important for us to keep all information confidential." If Tesla cars are used for espionage in China or elsewhere, our company will shut down. '

China imposed a ban on Tesla cars when the two countries were meeting in Alaska to melt the frozen ice on the relationship. This is the first meeting between the two countries after new President Joe Biden took office in the United States. Musk emphasized the growing mutual trust between the US and China, the world's two largest economies.

The largest car market in the world is China and is a very important market for electric companies (EVs) for car companies worldwide. Tesla sold 1,47,445 electric vehicles in China last year in 2020, accounting for 30 percent of Tesla's total car sales worldwide. However, this year Tesla is facing stiff competition from Neo Inc., a Chinese company. Tesla not only sells electric vehicles in China, but also manufactures there.

In 2019, Musk held talks with Alibaba founder Jack Ma about Mars and Artificial Intelligence. At Tesla's China-made Model-3 sedan delivery event last year, Musk danced on stage and also took off his jacket. The incident made headlines on social media.

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