Two Asian countries are heading to the polls this month as parliamentary elections kicked off in India and Indonesia. Given the large populations and the huge logistic challenges faced by the authorities in both countries, the election results will not be announced until May. In India’s case, some commentators are hoping a new incoming government will inject more life into stalled economic reforms and at the same time reinvigorate a flagging economy. In other parts of Asia, parliamentary elections took place in Thailand earlier this year, but the country remains in a political deadlock after the results were annulled last month. Ongoing political……..http://www.consensuseconomics.com/con2/more_research.php?submit3=g7

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