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Tesla becomes world’s most valuable carmaker after share price surge

By France24
02 July 2020   |   2:18 pm
Tesla has become the world's most valuable carmaker, overtaking Japan's Toyota, after its stock hit a record high. Shares in the electric carmaker touched $1,134 on Wednesday morning before falling back, leaving it with a market value of $209.47bn (£165bn).

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