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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has dispelled recent rumors about his visit to Germany this week. The head of the company said that he is planning a visit to Giga Berlin in mid-February, which may hint at the start of production soon.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's plans and moves are a topic that garners a lot of attention. This is due to the fact that any activity of the head of the company can carry important information about the activities of the company and its plans, especially in anticipation of the launch of its two new manufacturing enterprises—Giga Texas and Giga Berlin. However, this increased attention can be really annoying and call into question the safety of Musk and his family.
Recently there have been rumors that Tesla CEO Elon Musk would visit the company's factory in Germany this past Sunday. However, this did not happen, and new rumors emerged on Monday that the visit would take place sometime this week. For the community and investors, this is a very important topic, as it may hint at progress in the approval process for the construction of Giga Berlin, so it was given special attention.
As untruthful rumors about Musk's upcoming visit to Germany continued to circulate, he decided to dispel them and clarify things. Responding to an article with information from alleged "sources" about the visit to Germany, the head of the company said that he was not going there this week. Moreover, he said that he would visit Berlin in mid-February, that is, in about one month.
I obv can’t comment on every rumor, but this isn’t true. Am headed to Berlin mid Feb, not this week.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 17, 2022
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