Tesla fires Singapore country manager after Elon Musk warns of job cuts


Christopher Bousigues, the Singapore country manager from Tesla, said that his role has been cut as part of a global reduction in the electric carmaker’s workforce. Bousigues said he was responsible for launching the Model Y in Singapore.

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Tesla has laid off its Singapore country manager just over a week after the electric car maker’s CEO, Elon Musk, warned of global job cuts.

Christopher Bousigues posted Sunday on LinkedIn that his role had been “eliminated.”

Bousigues’ LinkedIn profile shows that he was the country manager for Singapore and had been employed by Tesla for just over a year.

He did not give a specific reason for his dismissal but said it is…


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