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Tesla announced on Tuesday that certain non-Tesla electric vehicles in China can now charge at selected Superchargers and destination charging points, in a move to expand its access to more EV users in one of its largest markets. For now, 10 Supercharging stations across Beijing and Shanghai and 120 destination charging points in 25 provinces and cities will be available. This marks the first time Tesla has opened up its non-Tesla EV Supercharging pilot program in China. The company has been increasing access to its network of over 45,000 Superchargers worldwide. Tesla has more than 1,600 Supercharging stations in China plus over 700 destination charging points. China has the largest EV...

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