Prices for Tesla cars in China rose sharply after the introduction of duties

After the Chinese authorities introduced a response tariffs for the import of goods from the United States, including electric vehicles, the American manufacturer of electric vehicles Tesla dramatically increased the prices of its cars in China, MarketWatch writes with reference to the Electrek website. Over the weekend, the Model S sedan and the Model X crossover went up in China by 22 thousand 600 dollars - 37 thousand 600 dollars, depending on the equipment. China imposed duties in response to a last week's US statement on the entry into force of import duties on Chinese goods totaling $34 billion a year. During the trades on Monday, the price of Tesla shares went up by 1 dollar.

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