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U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors Inc. will open seven new service centers in Japan by the end of the year to boost sales in the country, which currently has only one such facility in Yokohama, CEO Elon Musk told Kyodo News in a recent interview.

“Later this year, we will go to eight service centers, so we’re steadily opening up more and more service centers,” Musk said at the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California, adding that the automaker expects “sales in Japan to increase substantially this year.”

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