The finance ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations concentrated on the Soviet Union's problems at their weekend meeting, and the communique released Saturday showed they have no plans for coordinated action on interest rates.

The statement says varying monetary and fiscal policies "reflect the difering situation in each country," while providing "the basis for lower real interest rates and sustained growth with price stability in a medium-term perspective."

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