India lures Tesla by offering cheaper production costs than China
Smitha Rao, Bangalore, India
Mar. 3, 2021

India has made a bold offer to US electric car maker Tesla - the cheapest manufacturing cost in the world, even lower than China.

According to Nitin Gadkari, India's transport minister, Indian authorities would provide augmented concessions to the Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer for making the entire product locally, hiring local vendors, instead of just assembling the cars.

“The government will make sure the production cost for Tesla will be the lowest when compared with the world, even China, when they start manufacturing their cars in India. We will assure that,” Gadkari proclaimed in an interview with the Reuters.

According to Indian NRI communities working at SpaceX and Tesla in US West Coast, Elon Mask is tending towards accepting India's offer. While Tesla cannot entirely eliminate the production capacity in China due to Chinese Community Party pressures and local Chinese EV car sales, it will start expanding in India with a gradual shift out of China in the next twenty years.

Telsa's biggest concern in China is intellectual property (IP) matters protection. China is well known for IP infringement and hijacking if American technologies for its own superpower ambitions.



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