Harley-Davidson moving some production from U.S. after EU tariffs

A Harley Davidson logo in Krakow
The Harley-Davidson logo in Krakow, Poland. Photo: Omar Marques/Light Rocket via Getty Images

Harley-Davidson is set to move some of its motorcycle production out of the United States as a result of President Trump's burgeoning trade war with the European Union, reports Bloomberg.

The details: The EU's tariffs on Harleys will raise their prices by about $2,200, but, according to an SEC regulatory filing, the company plans to eat the $90 million to $100 million increase itself rather than pass costs along to customers.