MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, which President Donald Trump singled out Tuesday when he mentioned trade barriers, may disagree with his proposed solution to the problem.
Trump said in his speech to Congress that executives from Harley-Davidson told him they have trouble selling motorcycles outside of the United States because of high taxes.
While other countries impose heavy taxes and tariffs on American products, the United States doesn't do the same when imp
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