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Want to see fair and equitable trade agreements: Harley-Davidson chief

Interview with Peter MacKenzie, managing director, Harley-Davidson India and China

Low Rider

Managing Director, Harley-Davidson, India and China, Peter MacKenzie poses on a Harley-Davidson Low Rider during launch of the company's two new 'Softail' motorcycles | PTI Photo

Ajay Modi
Iconic American motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson has been in the news in recent days, with US President Donald Trump nudging India to reduce the import duty on high-end bikes. Peter MacKenzie, managing director, Harley-Davidson India and China, tells Ajay Modi in an interview that the company would like to see lower taxes and a fair and equitable trade agreement with all markets, including India. Edited excerpts:

How do you see the two markets that you head?
You cannot compare the two countries, China and India, from a cultural perspective. But there are similarities for us: both markets have an evolving leisure

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First Published: Feb 28 2018 | 10:36 PM IST

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