Erdogan and Musk Discuss Establishing a Tesla Factory in Turkey

Erdogan and Musk, Discuss Establishing , a Tesla Factory in Turkey.
Erdogan and Musk, Discuss Establishing , a Tesla Factory in Turkey.
ABC reports that Turkish President
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged
Elon Musk to establish a Tesla factory in Turkey.
ABC reports that Turkish President
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged
Elon Musk to establish a Tesla factory in Turkey.
On September 18, Erdogan's office said
that the president asked Musk about
the factory during a meeting in New York.
On September 18, Erdogan's office said
that the president asked Musk about
the factory during a meeting in New York.
The meeting took place while
Erdogan visited the United States to attend
the United Nations General Assembly. .
According to the president's office, the meeting
also covered potential cooperation between
Musk's SpaceX and Turkey's space program.
The president's office said that Erdogan also told
Musk that Turkey would be willing to cooperate on
artificial intelligence and SpaceX's Starlink system.
The president's office said that Erdogan also told
Musk that Turkey would be willing to cooperate on
artificial intelligence and SpaceX's Starlink system.
According to Musk, SpaceX would
look to secure the necessary license to
bring the Starlink system to Turkey.
Mehmet Fatih Kacir, Turkey's Industry and Technology
Minister, said that Musk said Turkey was "among
the most important candidates for Tesla investment.".
Mehmet Fatih Kacir, Turkey's Industry and Technology
Minister, said that Musk said Turkey was "among
the most important candidates for Tesla investment.".
According to Kacir, Musk and Erdogan also talked
about Turkey's armed aerial drone program. .
The far-ranging meeting reportedly
took place at Turkish House near
the United Nations building in New York.
The meeting came after Musk's X (formerly Twitter)
came under fire for restricting access to certain
content ahead of Turkey's general election in May.

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