Harley-Davidson announced this week that it is setting up an assembly facility in Haryana, India, just months after opening its first dealership in the country. There are now four HD dealerships in India, including locations in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh and Hyderabad.
The Haryana plant will assemble motorcycles for the Indian market with parts produced in Harley-Davidson plants in the United States and Brazil. By providing an assembly facility in India, Harley will receive relief from a 60 percent tariff for completely assembled bikes that are shipped to India. If the separate parts are sent to India and then assembled there, the tariff is considerably less.
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