WASHINGTON --At the International Monetary Fund and World Bank sessions starting here this week, the United States will probably push for faster growth in other industrial countries and more debt relief for Russia, Western officials said.

President Bush and Gov. Bill Clinton, who is leading him in the polls, both favor aid for Russia. And Gov. Clinton would probably agree with Mr. Bush on the need for Germany to spur global growth.

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