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It wasn’t just a case of Harley importing ideas to the U.S. market. Beginning in the 1930s, Harley licensed production of its bikes to Japanese manufacturers, including Rikuo. Rikuo imported an entire Harley-Davidson assembly line to Japan, so Harley effectively introduced Japan to mass production (and thus helped to improve Japan’s war effort a few years later.)

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