Amitabh Dubey

Political Analyst, India Research
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The Narendra Modi effect

Overview

The increasing popularity of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Narendra Modi amid a clear slide in support for the Congress Party (CP) has raised hopes among many investors that 2014 will witness the election of a strongly pro-business government that ends “policy paralysis” and reignites rapid economic growth. We consider these hopes exaggerated. As things currently stand, the election is unlikely to make a material difference, for better or worse, to the big top-down drivers...

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