Workers assemble the Tesla Model 3 on the production line line at Tesla’s factory, in Fremont, Calif., on June 28, 2018. Tesla could benefit from tariffs on foreign-made vehicles, since it is the only U.S. auto company that assembles all if its cars in the United States. But the upstart company depends on foreign-made auto parts, and possible tariffs on those parts could increase costs for consumers of Tesla and other U.S. car manufacturers.
Workers assemble the Tesla Model 3 on the production line line at Tesla’s factory, in Fremont, Calif., on June 28, 2018. Tesla could benefit from tariffs on foreign-made vehicles, since it is the only U.S. auto company that assembles all if its cars in the United States. But the upstart company depends on foreign-made auto parts, and possible tariffs on those parts could increase costs for consumers of Tesla and other U.S. car manufacturers. Justin Kaneps NYT
Workers assemble the Tesla Model 3 on the production line line at Tesla’s factory, in Fremont, Calif., on June 28, 2018. Tesla could benefit from tariffs on foreign-made vehicles, since it is the only U.S. auto company that assembles all if its cars in the United States. But the upstart company depends on foreign-made auto parts, and possible tariffs on those parts could increase costs for consumers of Tesla and other U.S. car manufacturers. Justin Kaneps NYT

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