St. Paul Harley-Davidson dealership sues motorcycle company over sales restrictions

The dealership claims the company's new rules on international sales will cost it millions of dollars in revenue per year and put its business in jeopardy. The lawsuit says dealers can no longer sell Harley-brand parts and accessories outside the United States.
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The dealership claims the company's new rules on international sales will cost it millions of dollars in revenue per year and put its business in jeopardy. The lawsuit says dealers can no longer sell Harley-brand parts and accessories outside the United States.

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