Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk goes to via video link a session at the China Development Forum kept in Beijing, China March 20, 2021. REUTERS/Roxanne LiuBEIJING (Reuters) – Tesla Inc primary executive Elon Musk said on Saturday his business would be shut down if its cars were utilized to spy, his very first talk about news that Chinas military has actually prohibited Teslas from its facilities.” Theres a really strong reward for us to be extremely confidential with any info,” Musk told a prominent Chinese online forum during a virtual conversation. “If Tesla used vehicles to spy in China or anywhere, we will get shut down.” Sources informed Reuters on Friday that the Chinese military has prohibited Tesla cars and trucks from entering its complexes, pointing out security concerns over cams set up on the vehicles.Those restrictions appeared as the top Chinese and U.S. diplomats were holding a controversial meeting in Alaska, the very first such in-person interaction considering that U.S. President Joe Biden took workplace in January.Musk advised higher shared trust in between the worlds two most significant economies, in his remarks to the China Development Forum, a top-level business gathering is hosted by a foundation under the State Council.He was holding a conversation panel with Xue Qikun, a Chinese quantum physicist who heads the Southern University of Science and Technology.In China, the worlds biggest automobile market and a key battlefield for electric automobiles (EVs), Tesla sold 147,445 cars in 2015, 30% of its global total. It is facing more competitors this year from domestic rivals from Nio Inc to Geely.Musk has made a number of high-profile appearances in China, where Tesla makes as well as sells EVs. In 2019, he discussed Mars and expert system with Alibabas outspoken creator Jack Ma.At a shipment occasion in 2015 for China-made Model 3 sedans, Musk danced enthusiastically on phase, stripping off his coat in what ended up being a social networks storm.Reporting by Yilei Sun, Cheng Leng and Ryan Woo; Editing by William Mallard