Tesla Apologizes to Chinese Customer

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    Apr.20 — Tesla Motors Inc. has issued an apology to a Chinese customer after two government entities criticized the quality of its cars and treatment of customers. It all stems from an incident at the Shanghai Auto Show when an angry Tesla owner drew attention to the carmaker with a protest that went viral on social media. Bloomberg’s Katrina Nicholas reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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