In Germany, the birthplace of the modern automobile, carmakers are anticipating the day when people stop owning cars.
Musk, Tesla’s chief executive officer and chairman, typed the tweet as he drove himself to the airport on August 7.
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He doesn’t expect to spend four more years at helm.
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Germany has flourished under Merkel over the last 12 years, with record-low unemployment and robust economic growth.
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