Harley Davidson said that it is discontinuing sales and manufacturing operations in the world’s second most populous country as part of its company-wide restructuring, or the “Rewire” plan, a five-year strategy to reset its business, focus on high-priority markets and tighten up by streamlining models. Harley had been in India for about 10 years but only sold a few thousand motorcycles each year. It was a real money loser. Harley's biggest competitor in India was Royal Enfield, a motorcycle selling for about 1/10th of a HD. Harley is in talks with India's HERO Motorcycle Co. to import and sell American made Harleys.