- According to Reuters, the company said in a Weibo post on Tuesday that it would expand its network of data centers and store all data generated by the cars it sells in China within the country's borders.
- Tesla currently manufactures Model 3 sedans and Model Y SUVs in China, the world's largest automobile market and Tesla's second-largest market.
- The move comes amid widespread concern that Tesla vehicles could endanger China's national security.
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