SINGAPORE Oct 13 U.S. motorcycle maker
Harley-Davidson Inc plans to boost its focus on Asia to
accelerate growth by entering new countries and expanding its
dealerships, its chief executive said, as it seeks to become
less dependent on its home market.
Harley is optimistic about its growth from existing Asian
markets including China, India and Vietnam, and was studying
entering new countries like Cambodia, CEO Matthew Levatich said.
"There is really an incredible amount of potential for us in
the region," he said in an interview at the company's regional
headquarters in Singapore.
(Reporting by Aradhana Aravindan; Editing by Stephen Coates)