Harley-Davidson Inc. said it is standing by its plans to close a motorcycle assembly plant in Kansas City, ending about 800 jobs there, despite a plea by Missouri congressional leaders who reminded Harley of the millions of dollars in incentives the state has provided the company over the last two decades.
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Harley-Davidson Forsakes Politico Pleas And Still Plans To Close Kansas City Plant
Follow-up on a Friday call for mercy on local workers . . . Here's a look at outright rejection of a bi-partisan effort to keep the motorcycle maker in town as the company now focuses on electric bikes and bigger overseas markets. Checkit: