PARIS — Louis Vuitton's flagship in Hangzhou, China — shuttered earlier this month by local authorities in a dispute over quality certification — has reopened.

However, the French luxury firm was ordered to pay a fine of 761,100 yuan, or about $110,800 at current exchange, to the Administration of Industry and Commerce from the Zhejiang province. An inspection in April of the store resulted in officials confiscating merchandise and, ultimately, closure of the store.

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