Next year is one of the busiest ever in the EM electoral calendar, with votes taking place in countries accounting for over a third of EM GDP. The upcoming votes will have important implications for geopolitics and, potentially, global supply chains (Taiwan) as well as long-term economic reform prospects (India and Indonesia). Elections could also cause fiscal risks to build in a handful of EMs (South Africa, Russia, Romania and Ghana).
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