Tesla, BYD Finalizing Deals to Invest in Indonesia EV Space

(Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. as well as Chinese automaker BYD and South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co. are finalizing deals to invest in Indonesia’s electric-vehicle industry, said a

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