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Harley-Davidson announces moves to avoid tariffs

WASHINGTON – Three days after the European Union (EU) imposed $3.2 billion in retaliatory tariffs on more than 100 American-made products motorcycle giant Harley Davidson announced it will relocate some its operations overseas. “Harley-Davidson will be implementing a plan to shift […]

Harley-Davidson announces moves to avoid tariffs

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WASHINGTON – Three days after the European Union (EU) imposed $3.2 billion in retaliatory tariffs on more than 100 American-made products motorcycle giant Harley Davidson announced it will relocate some its operations overseas. “Harley-Davidson will be implementing a plan to shift […]

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It took just a wee more than four hours to travel by train from Cologne, Germany to Paris, France. It was smooth and easy and included not just one

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