WASHINGTON -- The economic summit of industrial nations that opens tomorrow in Naples is not going to produce any agreement to support the dollar by lifting U.S. interest rates or easing foreign rates, bond market analysts say.

Lawrence Summers, the Treasury Department's undersecretary for international affairs, confirmed yesterday that the sensitive topic of the dollar will be discussed by President Clinton and other summit leaders during their four-day meeting.

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