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Strategies & Market Trends : The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding

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From: elmatador5/12/2024 4:57:11 AM
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Disruptions ensued, including attempts to breach the Tesla premises and sit-in blockades on roads, leading to roadblocks, the spokesperson said.

Protesters also occupied a nearby airfield in the Neuhardenberg municipality, lighting pyrotechnics and blocking access roads, according to the police.

More than ten European countries had campaigned to have the factory located within their jurisdictions. Tesla decided to put the factory in Germany.
https://www.dw.com/en/protesters-attempt-to-storm-teslas-factory-near-berlin/a-69046103

These investments need to go to Brazil or Argentina. Elon Musk will be received on a red carpet. I suggested to the Moroccans to invite Elon Musk for a tour of Northern Morocco

hey promise the subsidies but then the locals storm your facility
"Thus far, based on the current details, Tesla could eventually get 6.8% government funding toward Giga Berlin. Teslarati notes that if the project costs some 2 billion euros, Tesla could expect over $130 million in support from Germany."

Tesla Not Yet Provided With Any Funding From Germany For Giga BerlinTesla moves too quickly and changes plans often, which makes its application for government funding an "ongoing process."
insideevs.com.
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