Elon Musk: Elon Musk's salary is more than the nominal GDP of these 10 countries!


TESLA CEO: Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and X, included in the list of the world's richest people, seems to be facing increasing troubles. The ongoing dispute over the payment received from EV company Tesla is not ending. This dispute has been going on continuously for the last 6 years and due to this now Musk may face problems. Now shareholders have raised questions on Musk's huge salary of $56 billion. After knowing about this salary, you too may get confused. 


Shareholders accused Musk 

According to the information, Tesla's shareholders group has accused Musk of not paying attention to the company. The group of shareholders has also flatly refused to accept his salary package of $56 billion. A group of shareholders is upset with Musk and due to this, Musk's troubles may increase. The group of shareholders has sent a letter addressed to all the investors of the company, asking them to vote against Musk's proposed package worth billions of dollars. 

What is Elon Musk's demand?

According to the information, Musk holds 13 percent shares of Tesla. In such a situation, they are demanding to increase their partnership. They want a 25 percent partnership, failing which they have also said that they will work on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics instead of EVs. Let us tell you that Tesla's situation is not going well. The company is continuously incurring losses. Employees are constantly being shown the way out of the company. Tesla is facing big competition because of Chinese EV company BYD. The company just wants to resolve the ongoing dispute over Musk's salary as soon as possible.

Elon Musk's salary is more than the nominal GDP of these 10 countries 

South Sudan: $23.24 billion 

Somalia: $25.45 billion 

Burundi: $2.76 billion 

Gambia: $1.92 billion 

Saint Lucia: $1.91 billion 

Saint Kitts and Nevis: $1.64 billion 

Maldives: $1.55 billion 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: $1.49 billion 

Tuvalu: $49.1 billion 

Kiribati: $46.3 million