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Erdogan Invites Musk to Open Tesla Factory in Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan invited Tesla CEO Elon Musk to open a Tesla factory in Turkey.

The invitation came during a meeting between Erdoğan and Musk at the Turkish House in New York, a skyscraper near the United Nations headquarters.

Erdoğan said Turkey is open to cooperation with Tesla in areas such as artificial intelligence and the Starlink satellite internet project.

Musk, for his part, said Turkey is one of the most important candidates to host Tesla's next factory.

Erdoğan's invitation to Musk to open a Tesla factory in Turkey is a significant development, as it suggests that Tesla could establish its first factory in the Middle East.

Turkey has several advantages that make it an attractive location for the company, including its strategic location in the heart of the Islamic world and its emerging economy.

It is still unclear whether Tesla will choose Turkey as the location for its next factory, but Erdoğan's invitation is a major step in that direction.

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