Harley-Davidson to sell bikes in India in 2010

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NEW DELHI, Aug 27 (Reuters) - U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc said on Thursday it expected to start selling its motorcycles in India in 2010. The company said in a statement it had set up an Indian unit and was in the process of seeking dealers. India is the world's second-biggest market for motorcycles, where small, inexpensive bikes dominate sales, but Harley said it expects a growing economy, rising middle class and investment in highways to boost leisure motorcycle riding. ...

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