In an attempt to mitigate the impact of a widening trade dispute between the U.S and Europe (well, actually, the U.S. and everywhere else), Harley-Davidson has confirmed it plans to move some of its manufacturing outside of the United States.

Harley-Davidson confirmed that it was shifting some of the production of its motorcycles outside the United States, in an attempt to avoid European Union tariffs imposed as part of a widening trade dispute. In fact, Harley-Davidson confirmed that European Union tariffs on its motorcycles had increased to 31 percent, from 6 percent – and estimated that the higher tariffs would add about $2,200 on average to every motorcycle exported from the United States to the bloc.

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