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Aabar AlWahada abu dhabi investment firms There has been much talk about Tesla Motors, the California-based electric car maker, with its IPO starting as a big success and now back to its opening price range. But here, we are more interested about its Middle East investors from Abu Dhabi who are holding 12% of its shares.

Abu Dhabi investors of Aabar Investments and Al Wahada Capital Investment, a division of the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority have 4% and 8% stake in Tesla Motors - according to its IPO filing and The National.

Aabar Investments is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code BFD04.

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