Musk defends Taiwan becoming a special administrative region similar to Hong Kong


Conflict between China and Taiwan This will be solved by handing some control of the island to the Asian giant, turning it into an administrative area similar to Hong Kong.At least you think so Tesla founder and billionaire Elon Musk.

By the way, your recommendation”would be to find a reasonably desirable special administrative region for TaiwanAlthough “it may not make everyone happy”, he believes such an arrangement “is possible” and even “is looser than Hong Kong” the billionaire said in an interview with the Financial Times published on Friday.

Hong Kong, like Macau, is considered a region by China special administration, Taiwan has had an independent government since 1949.. despite this, Beijing Assumption the island is part of its territory Oppose any form of official contact between Taiwan and other countries.


tensions between parties worsened last August, exist island visit U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. China He condemned his visit, which he saw as a sign of support for the island’s independence.

Musk therefore responded to the paper’s questions about the location of one of Tesla’s factories in Shanghai, which account for about half of the company’s 2021 deliveries.

[Falta de coches, móviles o frigoríficos: así destrozaría los mercados una guerra entre China y Taiwán]

billionaire Recognize that Taiwan conflict is inevitable, But he was quick to point out that he wouldn’t be the only one suffering the consequences. He stressed that Tesla would be involved in any conflict, but also noted that “Apple will have very serious problems, that’s for sure.” It estimates the global economy will suffer a 30% collapse.

Musk also revealed that China had asked him to provide assurances that he would not be in the country Starlink, the satellite communications system of its rocket company SpaceX. He said Beijing has made it clear that it is not in favor of launching Starlink in Ukraine to help the military bypass Russia’s internet shutdown.


British media published an interview with Musk on Friday, three days after the tycoon sent a letter to Twitter’s board agreed to buy the company for $54.2 per sharewhich translates to nearly $44 billion in payments, a similar figure in euros.

Musk has tried to wind up acquisitions in recent months think Twitter is not transparent about fake accounts. In July, the stock fell to around $32.7, although the offer was still valid.



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