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Tesla Partners with Tata Electronics for Semiconductor Chips, Plans Expansion into India

This deal is significant as it positions Tata Electronics as a reliable supplier for major global clients looking to establish a key part of their semiconductor value chain in India.

  • Tesla secures a deal with Tata Electronics to procure semiconductor chips, boosting Tata's status as a key supplier in the global semiconductor industry.
  • CEO Elon Musk plans to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss significant investment opportunities in the country.

According to media reports that emerged on Monday citing sources, Tesla has reportedly secured a deal with Tata Electronics to procure semiconductor chips for its global operations.

According to the report, the agreement was officially signed a few months ago. Additionally, his deal is significant as it positions Tata Electronics as a reliable supplier for major global clients looking to establish a key part of their semiconductor value chain in India.

Tesla is eager to enter India, which stands as the world’s fastest-expanding automotive market. In fact, Tesla Chief Elon Musk recently announced that he is going to be visiting India to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As per a report, Musk is anticipated to announce significant investment plans in the country during his visit.

Furthermore, another report indicates that Tesla is in initial discussions with Reliance Industries Ltd about a possible partnership to set up an electric vehicle manufacturing plant in India.

Not to mention, the EV giant is also reportedly manufacturing right-hand drive (RHD) vehicles for the Indian market at its Germany-based facility in Gruenheide, near Berlin.


Edited by Harshajit Sarmah

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