Musk Says New Tesla Plants Are Losing Billions

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Elon Musk called Tesla Inc.’s new plants in Germany and Texas “gigantic money furnaces” in comments to Tesla owners posted online Wednesday, as the electric-vehicle maker tries to ramp up production. Laura Wright reports on Bloomberg Television.

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