Making the trains run on time is one thing ensuring they are fit for service is quite another.
When it comes to foreign investment, this appears to be the main difference between the elections this year in Indonesia and India.
One country appears ready to embrace foreign investment to overhaul its rickety infrastructure and revitalize industry, while the other looks set to pursuit populist policies that will keep things ticking over as before and protect local vested interests.
India, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, completed its business with a minimum of fuss, electing BJP leader Narendra Modi as its prime minister. It was the first time...