Citigroup Says Tesla Unlikely to Abandon CATL and Turn to Other Suppliers for Full Tax Credits
According to Bloomberg on June 8, Citigroup said that investors are worried that Tesla may abandon CATL and turn to other suppliers to meet the requirements for full tax credits.
SHANGHAI, Jun 8 (SMM) – According to Bloomberg on June 8, Citigroup said that investors are worried that Tesla may abandon CATL and turn to other suppliers to meet the requirements for full tax credits. Citigroup believes that is unlikely to happen.
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