WASHINGTON - Interest rates probably will not go up much as the economy continues to expand moderately in 1994, according to the latest quarterly survey of the National Association of Business Economists.

The survey of 46 business economists, which was released yesterday, calls for real gross domestic product to advance 2.8% next year on continued strength in consumer spending, housing and business fixed investment.

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