International lenders have paved the way for Greece to gain the latest payment of bailout money.
The European Commission, European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund said they had completed their fact checking mission.
They said the economic outlook was in line with their projections but that it remained uncertain.
Eurozone finance ministers will now decide whether to release new funds worth 6.3bn euros ($8.1bn; £5.4bn).
Talks have centred around 4,000 civil service jobs that are due to be cut.
The country has an unemployment rate of 27% and public unrest has lead to political instability, and four different Greek governments in as many years.
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