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    With the US-EU trade war going in full swing, Harley Davidson plans to shift production to facilities in countries not hit by the tariff burden, with the plan expected to take between 9 and 18 months to implement.

    Run Harley, Run

    Faced with the prospects of enduring steep retaliatory tariffs imposed against US exports by the EU, the legendary American motorcycle manufacturer Harley Davidson made a decision to shift its production capacity overseas.

    In addition to its US-based plants, the company has factories in Brazil, India and Thailand.

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