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Why Did Tesla Shutdown Model 3 Production Again?

Street Insider is reporting that Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model 3 production has restarted after the most recent shut down – this time for about a week - again!

Buzzfeed reported a few weeks back that that Tesla (TSLA) Model 3 production was going to shut down for 4 to 5 days.

Why all these shut downs? Auto industry is not know for repeated shutdowns or a long drawn out ramps. What is going on at Tesla?

According to BuzzFeed: “During the pause, workers can choose to use vacation days or stay home without pay.”

Note that this is a sign of rigorous expense management.

Also, according to Buzzfeed: “A Tesla spokesperson said that the assembly line is on pause in order to “improve automation.””

Similar reasoning was given for the most recent shut down.

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