* Q2 loss widens to $1/share from 60 cents/share * Tesla says it can boost production, repay debt * Production boost "won't require significant capital" -CEO By Paul Lienert July 25 (Reuters) - Tesla Motors said on Wednesday it plans to begin repaying by December more than $400 million in low-interest loans from the U.S. Department of Energy. The California-based electric-car maker also said it could boost annual ...
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