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Tesla cannot enter the Indian market in the short term. Why?

  Editor's note: In recent years, the Indian government has implemented extreme trade protectionism policies, hovering on the edge of "closed-off", but the world is currently exploring new supply chains, establishing new connections, and building trade that can last for decades infrastructure.  If India misses the opportunity to attract infrastructure, it may miss growth opportunities in the next few years.  This article is compiled from, and the original title is You Won't See Teslas in India Anytime Soon. The author Anjani Trivedi started with  Tesla  Motors and briefly analyzed the consequences and future trends of India’s trade protectionism. Helpful. Protectionism will restrict foreign automakers and hinder any attempts to introduce Chinese-style electric vehicles. India hopes to catch up with the trend of electric vehicles and is introducing Chinese-style policies to practice its green concept.  But there is a problem: its long-standing pro

Who is the "stumbling block" that prevents Tesla from going to the countryside?

  New energy is the trend of automobiles, and the sinking market is the vast world of new energy automobiles.  However, for many new energy vehicle brands, there is still a long and rugged mountain road to go before they truly reach the "willows and flowers in another village". New energy vehicles are accelerating toward the sinking market, looking for new incremental space. However, for more new energy vehicle brands, how to break the dilemma of low prices in the sinking market, increase the added value of products, and obtain more profits in addition to the increase in sales are long-term problems that need to be faced. On the other hand, after  Baidu  , Xiaomi also intends to enter the game. Traditional car companies continue to launch new new energy brands, and more and more players are entering the game. In 2020, the power of new cars will usher in strong growth, and  Tesla  will also achieve sales of over 100,000 vehicles in the Chinese market.  Many high-end brand new

Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue of 72.16 billion yuan exceeded market expectations; Yu Chengdong officially withdrew from the glory terminal; Musk said it is developing an electric vehicle with a battery life of 1,000 kilometers

  Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, a year-on-year increase of 52.1%. big company Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, exceeding market expectations Xiaomi released its third quarter 2020 financial report.  The financial report shows that Xiaomi’s third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 34.5%. The market was estimated to be 70.020 billion yuan, compared with 53.661 billion yuan in the same period last year; adjusted net profit was 4.128 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 18.9%. Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year Xiaomi’s global smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2020 increased by 45.3% year-on-year to 46.6 million; revenue from overseas markets hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year to 39.8 billion yuan; revenue from advertising business hit a single quarter A record high, an increase