California county, Tesla's Musk reach deal to reopen US plant next week


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California county, Tesla's Musk reach deal to reopen US plant next week

On Wednesday, the 13th of May 2020, top officials of the Californian country said in a statement that the Palo Alto, CA-based e-vehicle industry pioneer Tesla Inc. and the officials of the Californian country had reached an accord to resolve an acrimonious impasse over safety protocols on Tesla Inc’s urge to reopen its sole manufacturing HubSpot in the United States.

Aside from that, the county officials were also quoted saying on Wednesday (May 13th) that following a tentative, but short-lived meet of the Tesla delegates and the county officials, the US state of California had issued a special permit for Tesla Inc.

to resume production at its US plant as early as by next Monday (May 18th). More interestingly, latest resolution of a week-long stand-off between Tesla Inc. and the US state of California regarding a reopening of Tesla Inc.

manufacturing plant came forth a day after the Tesla head, American billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk had been quoted saying that the Tesla boss would reopen his CA-plant, even if it costed him a sentence in the California prison.

Besides, latest move from the CA officials to allow Tesla Inc. a resumption of its manufacturing plant in the Alameda county was brought in to light less than 24 hours after the US President Donald Trump had backed up Elon Musk’s plan, the Alameda County was quoted saying in a statement on Wednesday (May 13th), “Following talks with Tesla (the county) agreed that the electric carmaker can take steps in preparation for possible reopening as soon as next week.