Tesla Cuts Production at China Plant Amid Market Challenges

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Due to weak demand and rising competition, Tesla has reduced output at its China plant.
Due to weak demand and rising competition, Tesla has reduced output at its China plant.

According to Bloomberg News, Tesla has scaled back production at its plant in China due to sluggish demand and increased competition in the electric vehicle market.

Adjustments in Response to Market Conditions:

In March, the U.S. electric vehicle manufacturer instructed employees at its Shanghai factory to decrease output of both the Model Y SUV and Model 3 sedan. 

This adjustment involved transitioning from a standard 6-1/2 day workweek to a five-day schedule, as reported by sources familiar with the matter.

Tesla’s Response:

As of now, Tesla has not provided an official response to inquiries regarding the production adjustments at its Shanghai facility. Requests for comment made by Reuters remain unanswered.

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