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AMA: US Trade Rep won’t remove motorcycles from EU tariff negotiations

PICKERINGTON, OH – U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told a congressional committee Thursday that while he is “sympathetic” to American motorcyclists, dealerships and others, he cannot remove small-displacement European motorcycles from a proposed import tariff while negotiations continue in a dispute with the European Union over U.S. beef imports. “We need action, not sympathy,” said

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Motorcycle tariff looms: AMA, MIC issue new calls for action

“In America, the majority of motorcycles under 500cc are sold through small, independently owned shops. The collection of small- to medium-sized dealerships in the United States contributes to the employment of a substantial number of Americans.” – Rob Dingman, AMA WASHINGTON, D.C. – Now that the U.S. Senate has confirmed Robert Lighthizer as U.S. Trade Representative,

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