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Tesla becomes collateral damage in the China-U.S. trade war

China is crucial to Tesla's future. So it's not surprising that the trade war is hitting the company hard.

China is Tesla's largest market outside the U.S., accounting for about 10 percent of total revenue in the first three quarters of 2018 - and the Model 3 isn't even available there yet.

The company sold about 15,000 of

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