Telangana’s Minister of Industry and Commerce, KT Rama Rao, has made clear to Elon Musk for setting up units in India, saying he would be “happy to collaborate with Tesla in solving the challenges.”
Rama Rao’s response came in response to a tweet from Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk a few days ago, in which he said Tesla faced many challenges when starting a business in India.
Hey Elon I am the Minister of Industry and Trade of Telangana State in India
Will be happy to work with Tesla in solving the challenges of establishing stores in India/Telangana
Our state is a champion of sustainability initiatives and a premier business destination in India https://t.co/hVpMZyjEIr
— KTR (@KTRTRS) January 14, 2022
“We are still dealing with many challenges with the government,” Musk tweeted on Jan. 13 in response to a Twitter user asking for an update on Tesla’s India business plan.
“Hello Elon, I am the Minister of Industry and Commerce of the State of Telangana in India. I would love to work with Tesla on the challenges of establishing stores in India/Telangana. Our state is a champion of sustainability initiatives and a premier business destination in India,” Rama Rao said in response to Elon Musk’s tweet.
Elon Musk announced in 2020 that Tesla would set up electric vehicle production units in India. A subsidiary of Tesla called India Motors and Energy Private Limited has been established. The company is based in Bengaluru.
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