State elections in India matter for economic policy but next week’s vote in Gujarat arguably holds more significance than most others. It is the manufacturing powerhouse of the country and, linked to this, is often at the forefront of the reform agenda. A win for the incumbent BJP in Gujarat may convince the ruling national party that it maintains enough electoral clout to push ahead with difficult reforms both in Gujarat and in other states.
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