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Tesla signs strategic deal with Tata Electronics for procurement of semiconductor chips: Report

Apr 15, 2024 09:36 AM IST

The report suggested that the move could be a part of Tesla's strategy to diversify its supply chain and establish a significant presence in India.

Tesla has reportedly signed a strategic deal with Tata Electronics for the procurement of semiconductor chips for its global operations. The Economic Times reported, citing officials in the know saying that details of the deal- its value and terms, remain undisclosed. The report suggested that the move could be a part of Tesla's strategy to diversify its supply chain and establish a significant presence in India.

The logo of car manufacturer Tesla. The report claimed that details of the deal- its value and terms, remain undisclosed. (Reuters)
The logo of car manufacturer Tesla. The report claimed that details of the deal- its value and terms, remain undisclosed. (Reuters)

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What report said on Tata Electronics?

This comes as Tata Electronics, which leads Tata group's entry into semiconductor manufacturing, increased its workforce by recruiting top-level executives, as per the report. Tata Electronics has also established semiconductor manufacturing facilities in Hosur, Dholera and Assam and the company plans to expand operations. It has invested $14 billion in the business to date, the report added.

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