Possible transfer of production to one of the European countries became the reason of discontent of the American president. In the EU 25 percent duties on a number of the American goods including on Photo motorcycles work: Thomas White/Reuters Donald Trump has supported boycott of motorcycles of Harley-Davidson. The American president is dissatisfied that the company from the USA wants to transfer production to other country. About it the head of state has written at himself to Twitter. According to him, a great number of owners of motorcycles of Harley-Davidson plan to join boycott. Earlier world famous firm has declared the decision to transfer a part of the production focused on the European consumer to the European Union countries. Such step is caused by the answer of Europe to the American trade duties on steel and aluminum. Since June 23 according to the decision of European Commission in the EU 25 percent duties on a number of the American goods nearly at 3 billion euros work. Under them, in particular, also motorcycles have got. What do owners and sellers of legendary "Harleys" think of it? Artem Nasledskov the owner of the motorcycle of Harley-Davidson "A part of accessories all the same buys Harley-Davidson anyway abroad, and it won't affect in any way the relation to brand because Trump, what becomes, is public relations, in four years the president will be replaced, everything will be in a different way, and brand decades, and doesn't depend on an environment that is called. Go by Harley-Davidson not only because they American because it is other approach to quality of details, quality of assembly, here now the same Japanese who, maybe, cheaper, in some knots they it is more reliable, but in respect of durability of service of the motorcycle all the same of analogs there is no Harley. But in Moscow the Harley brands more classical, for example, Harley V-ROD, modern Harley are appreciated, it isn't so appreciated in the market as classical options — Fat Boy, "Electric train" — Electro Glide. If they leave a model range, everything will be all the same. Plus, secondly, we have a huge market of secondary Harley-Davidson, more than a half go by "secondary market". Here a question even not in collectors, and in management of the company". The president of Motorcyclists of St. Petersburg Association Grigory Putintsev considers that that production Harley will be transferred to Europe, it won't be worse. Grigory Putintsev the president of Motorcyclists of St. Petersburg Association "Spirit of Harley-Davidson, fortunately, doesn't belong to America in special sense any more. It is very large international organization, there more, one and a half million members worldwide, 152 countries if it is no more, have the right, the contract and with Harley to hold the festivals. It is the history which has passed political borders long ago. Of course, America has the right and can be proud of the fact that this phenomenon was born at them, but if transfer production from America to Europe, then worse it will definitely not become. I think, as the quality will grow up, and nobody will be in no way worse to treat Harley in the world. In America — it is a controversial issue too, they are divided there into these two parties which on - differently
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