Skechers adjusts prices to offset higher input costs


Skechers started making price adjustments at the start of this year to counter foreign exchange headwinds and other input cost pressures. It is looking at some other offsets for the recent increases in raw material, transportation and logistics costs, without affecting its “reasonable price” marketing appeal.

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