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How China Gave Tesla a Helping Hand

• The carmaker got protective gear as it rushed to restart production during the virus crisis
A worker at Tesla’s car plant near Shanghai

When the coronavirus outbreak caused a nationwide shortage of face masks in January, Chinese officials were quick to ensure that key players weren’t left without. That included an unlikely one: Tesla Inc. China’s government helped the U.S. car-maker secure the sought-after supplies that allowed it to reopen when many of its competitors were still shuttered. Tesla

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