According to reports, the bike manufacturer's parent company, Polaris Industries, is considering a move from Iowa to Poland because of the retaliatory tariffs imposed by the European Union on products made in the United States and shipped to Europe.
Indian Motorcycle is owned by Polaris Industries and Polaris has a factory in Opole, Poland where it makes some of its off-road vehicles. He added: "The Aura will be gone and they will be taxed like never before!"
Spokeswoman Jess Rogers noted "nothing is definitive".
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We still need to wait to understand exactly what is going to happen with Harley-Davidson's decision to move production away from the United States, but it seems that some of their most known clients will stick with them.
Rogers told the AP that the tariffs would raise costs for the company above the $15 million in additional costs already projected for 2018. "I've done so much for you, and then this".
"The thing conventional wisdom gets - and this administration does not get - is that when you mess with a market, there are secondary and tertiary effects that you can no longer predict...some companies can no longer do the economically rational thing, and when you leave them to cope with that, they may do things you don't expect", William Reinsch, a senior adviser in worldwide business for the Washington, D.C. -based Centre for Strategic and global Studies told the Des Moines Register, referring to the fact that companies may resort to moving production outside of the US. "We won't forget, and neither will your customers or your now very HAPPY competitors!"