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Tesla Gets Tariff Exemption For Japanese Aluminum

RTTNews Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Electric car maker Tesla has been granted a 10 percent tariff waiver by the U.S. Commerce Department for the import of aluminum from Japan to make Tesla battery cells at its Gigafactory 1 in Nevada, according to a Reuters report. Tesla had made a request for the waiver in May and it was accepted only for a period of one year.
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