NEW DELHI, Aug 27 (Reuters) - U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc is optimistic about a recovery in the U.S. economy but would continue to tread carefully by adopting cost-saving measures, a senior official said on Thursday. The Milwaukee-based company last month reported its second-quarter net profit tumbled as the ugly economic environment soured consumer spending and sent bike sales sliding and cut its 2009 shipment forecasts. "We are seeing signs, very encouraging signs of ...
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