Going forward, Tesla has retained everything from Chinese suppliers to stores in the country. The announcement comes after the Chinese government thanks to spies, and the company began using the radio to . At the time, Tesla said it wanted to open the facility at the end of June.
“We have set up a data center in China to access data, and we will continue to expand the data center,” the company said on its Chinese media page. . “Most of the products from the Chinese car market are stored in China.” In the same vein, the company announced that it is also working on a platform that will give Tesla owners in China a way to connect their own.
As , the country will soon require all foreign car companies to store most of the cars in China. Following the drafting of a law that was announced earlier this month, the country is also preparing to allow car manufacturers who have submitted safety tests to send any data overseas.
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