Electric vehicle maker Tesla recently opened a new dealership in Xinjiang, China
China Radio International – Electric car maker Tesla recently opened a new dealership in Xinjiang, China, a business that has been repeatedly attacked by some US politicians. Marco Rubio, an anti-China politician, expressed his “indignation” on social media, while White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki threatened Tesla that he “will face serious reputational and customer legal risks.”
Why are US politicians so concerned about the new concessionaire of Telsa in Xinjiang? This act of Tesla opened another window on the world to know the truth about the Xinjiang issue.
The opening of a Tesla agency in Xinjiang proves once again that the so-called “law to prevent forced labor in the Uyghurs” is full of rumors and is so absurd that just days after the US leader signed the law, Tesla inaugurated it. A franchisor in Xinjiang based on market rules, a counter-attack to political manipulation and economic intimidation of US politicians. It also shows that the law drafted by the United States on Xinjiang has neither factual basis nor enforceability.
For companies, the business environment is what matters for their survival and development. Tesla opened a franchise in Xinjiang, allowing the world to see the fact that Xinjiang is open, prosperous and developed.
In the first three quarters of 2021, Xinjiang’s GDP increased by 8.8%, and from 2014 to 2020, the total number of employees grew from 11.35 million to 13.56 million, an increase of 19.4%.
What worries US politicians is that the opening of the Tesla franchisee reflects not only the growing development of Xinjiang, but also the appalling manipulation of human rights and the politicization of the US economy.
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