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Powersports Tariff Dispute Cools

The long-running tariff battle between the U.S. and the European Union, which threatened to unfairly sweep powersports products and parts into the fray – and potentially, dramatically, raise costs for manufacturers, distributors, and consumers – has simmered down following recent high-level meetings in Brussels, Belgium. Both sides announced a cooperative framework to address large-civil-aircraft disputes between Boeing and

Harley-Davidson to Move Some Production Out of U.S. to Avoid Tariffs

“The tremendous cost increase, if passed onto its dealers and retail customers, would have an immediate and lasting detrimental impact to its business in the region,” the company said.

American Motorcyclist Association CEO to Testify Against Motorcycle Tariff

American Motorcyclist Association President and CEO Rob Dingman will testify Feb. 15 against a 100 percent tariff on some European motorcycles proposed by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.