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How is Greece faring under its obligations?

6 November 2013 Last updated at 07:32 GMT

In Greece civil servants are set to walk out on a 24-hour strike.

Those taking part include air traffic controllers, hospital workers and teachers. Their action comes as international lenders are in town to see if it qualifies for the next tranche of bailout money.

Mark Lowen takes a look at how Greece has fared so far under the international obligations.

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