Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson stand near displayed Harley-Davidson motorcycles in Jakarta, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson brows motorcycles spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta

A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson browses motorcycle spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta

A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson holds a t-shirt during a clearance sale in Jakarta, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta

Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson walk near displayed Harley-Davidson motorcycles in Jakarta, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta


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