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Vapor Hub International Inc. is engaged in designing, sourcing, marketing and selling of smokeless electronic cigarettes. The Company provides a selection of vaping devices and related accessories, which it designs and sources, including its Limitless Mods and Limitless Atomizers. It also purchases vaping devices and related accessories from third parties for resale. It distributes products nationally and internationally to wholesale customers and retail customers, including through its Website It also markets and sells products through a retail location. Its Limitless Mechanical Mod is available in aluminum, brass, copper, black rhodium plated aluminum and gold plated brass finishes. Its Binary Premium e-liquid is available in over five flavors. It offers Binary Premium e-liquid with 0 milligrams (mg), 2.5mg, 5.0mg, 7.5mg or 10mg of nicotine per bottle. It also offers a range of accessories, including apparel, tanks and atomizers, batteries, chargers and drip tips.

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Elon Musk leaves Europeans guessing on location of future Tesla plant

12:23 pm ET May 22, 2021 (MarketWatch)

By Pierre Briançon

Analysts note that establishing a car factory geared toward the European market in the U.K. is a tall order

A quick visit by Elon Musk to Luton airport near London a few days ago came as the U.K. government is courting the Tesla (TSLA) founder, hoping he might build his next electric-car factory in the country. But Musk also said on Friday that he is considering Russia as a possible location.

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The outlook: Analysts note that establishing a car factory geared toward the European market in the U.K. is a tall order. The type of "bureaucracy" Musk denounces in Germany would be harder to manage when dealing with the whole EU, and its own set of legal, technical and tax regulations.

If Tesla is considering a battery factory in the U.K., it would run into the problem of being too far from the motor manufacturer in Germany. That leaves a research and development facility -- but it wouldn't need the 250 hectares penciled in by the U.K. government. That is the type of investment Tesla was considering doing back in 2014 -- and canceled after the pro-Brexit 2016 referendum result.

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