Tesla's China Brand Reputation Stays Strong
Updated: Nov 11, 2021
Azimuth Social Research partner RIWI Corporation says that Tesla's brand reputation among Chinese consumers remains strong, despite all manner of challenges for the US car manufacturer and US-China relations.
GuruFocus.com, an investment advisory website, wrote on April 14, 2021 that
RIWI data show that, day after day for almost two years, among urban consumers earning over ¥5000/month, more than two in three consistently think Tesla is a good brand. We find that these positive perceptions were not impacted significantly by various quality issues, spying concerns raised by the Chinese military and increasingly tense China-U.S. relations.
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