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A guide to elections across Asia in 2024

In a busy electoral calendar, seven countries in Emerging Asia will go to the polls this year. The votes will have important implications for geopolitics (Taiwan), long-term economic reform prospects (India, Korea and Indonesia) and economic stability (Pakistan and Sri Lanka).

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