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Harley-Davidson to move 118 jobs from Pennsylvania to Missouri

Harley-Davidson is moving 118 jobs from its plant in York, Pennsylvania, to its factory in Kansas City, Missouri, Reuters reported. 

Harley-Davidson told employees in November 2015 that it would move cruiser production from York to Kansas City for the 2018 model year. On Thursday, The Motor Company told its employees that 118 people would be laid off in York, and those jobs will be moving to Kansas City. 

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