Foreign Shoemakers Granted Temporary Exemption in India as QCO Deadline is Extended

Luxury shoemakers such as Louis Vuitton and Christian Louboutin have been given a temporary reprieve as India extends the deadline for implementing Quality Control Orders (QCO). Starting August, foreign brands must stamp shoes with the ISI mark. French shoemakers express opposition to the new regulation, citing concerns over embossing. Despite resistance, the government aims to improve quality control and boost manufacturing standards.

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