With national elections around the corner, the Indian government on Thursday announced an interim budget mostly along expected lines, with a few surprises rolled in both for investors and rural voters.

The world’s fifth-largest economy, and its most populous nation, will vote between March and May to choose its next federal government. The final budget before the national vote is often the last chance for an incumbent administration to shower voters with promises and projects.

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