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Yahoo Finance automotive correspondent Pras Subramanian joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the latest news from Ford and Tesla.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk is making plans to visit China as early as April and is seeking a meeting with China's Premier Li Qiang, two people with knowledge of planning for the trip told Reuters. Tesla and China's State Council Information Office did not immediately reply to requests for comment. China is Tesla's second-largest market after the United States and its Shanghai plant is the electric carmaker's largest production hub.
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