The 115-year old Milwaukee-based motorcycle company shaved $41 million in operating expenses in 2017–and they needed to, because motorcycle sales dropped 6.7% from 2016.
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A Missouri-based Neil manufacturer is the first U.S. company to blame a trade war for layoffs.
Each motorcycle will cost $2,200 more after the EU raised its tariff on imported U.S. bikes to 31% from 6% on June 22.