Tesla's recent move to cut the prices of eight models has drawn strong criticism from Chinese buyers who had received their new car only days before the price cut and is making many prospective buyers adopt a "wait-and-see" mode expecting further price cuts.
Some users said on social networking platforms that "buying an electric car is even more thrilling than purchasing stocks," others buyers put up banners at the electric carmaker's stores to protest the price . . .
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