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Harley-Davidson eyes Asia expansion

For many people in Asia, traffic and fuel prices are two of the main reasons they opt to own a motorcycle instead of a car.

In many countries across the region, the streets wouldn't look the same without them.

China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam are among the world's largest markets for two wheelers.

And now one of the most iconic motorcycle brands, Harley-Davidson, is trying to cruise its way into the region.

The BBC's Leisha Chi reports.

Watch more reports on Asia Business Report's website.

  • 18 Dec 2013
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