In retaliation for US tariffs on steel and aluminium the EU has slapped new duties on billions of dollars of American imports and it seems not even the Harley, a symbol of freedom, is exempt.
Since becoming US president, Donald Trump has not been shy to dispense with convention. Criticizing the Federal Reserve is one such area he has crossed into, particularly when it comes to the raising of interest rates.
In a move earlier flagged by officials in Ankara, Turkey has lodged a complaint at the World Trade Organization against new US duties on steel and aluminum. The move comes amid an intensifying political spat with the US.
"Berlin is the city of freedom," a business agency in the German capital has contacted Harley-Davidson's CEO. The iconic US company is looking to move some production abroad to avoid the fallout of an EU-US trade spat.
As Harley-Davidson gears up to outsource more of its production for the European market — much to the dismay of many Americans who see it as a symbol of freedom — a look at the iconic symbol's role in film.
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