SAN CARLOS, Calif., June 30 (Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc said on Monday it will manufacture the lower-priced follow-up to its Roadster sports car in California after the state offered a tax break to keep the operations there. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, speaking at Tesla's headquarters in San Carlos, California, said he was determined to prevent the automaker from setting up shop in New Mexico, which had offered it better incentives. "I myself bought one of ...
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