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Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, has recently bought the social network Twitter for 44 billion euros, but the next news about Musk’s interest in a company concerns Serbia. Tesla Motors, owned by Musk, has approached Novi Sad mineral water producer Minaqua with a request for cooperation.

This was confirmed on the Biznis.rs portal by Minaqua’s Tatjana Malbaša.

“Yes, Tesla has written to express interest in cooperation, which would include acquiring a stake in our company”, said Malbaša in an interview with Biznis.rs.

She said the Serbian company will seriously consider the offer, and are preparing water samples to send to Tesla Motors.

Minaqua’s assistant general manager told the media that besides her company, Tesla had also contacted several other European companies that have water with natural iodine, and that more details about this will be known in a few weeks.

Photo: Jae C. Hong, AP Photo

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