Greece’s Next Aid Payment in the Balance

International monitors assess whether Papandreou can meet rescue loan conditions.

Greece’s ability to avoid default hangs in the balance as international monitors prepare to assess whether Prime Minister George Papandreou can meet the conditions of rescue loans.

European Union and International Monetary Fund inspectors hold a teleconference today at 7 p.m. Athens time with Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos, to judge whether the government is eligible for an aid payment due next month and on track for a second rescue package approved by EU leaders July 21.

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