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  • Jan 30- Harley-Davidson Inc posted a higher quarterly profit on Thursday, lifted by growing global motorcycle sales, while its preliminary 2014 shipment forecast suggested its efforts to reach non-traditional riders will continue to gain traction.

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  • DELHI/ MUMBAI, Dec 12- Symbols of India's emergence as an economic powerhouse line the four-lane highway to Jaipur out of New Delhi: a factory owned by the world's biggest motorbike maker, glass towers housing global call centres, shopping malls for India's burgeoning middle class.

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  • Cramer: 'HOG' Wild for Harley-Davidson     Wednesday, 1 Feb 2012 | 6:25 PM ET

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    Scot Harden, Zero Motorcycles VP of global marketing, discusses the big business of green motorcycles.

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  • India’s Manufacturers Feel Inflationary Pinch Wednesday, 28 Sep 2011 | 3:00 AM ET

    India's automobile sector highlights the industry’s vulnerability with steel and rubber prices rising 20 per cent in the last year.  The FT reports.

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