GENEVA — The war in Iraq might be over but the strong feelings and deep political divisions the conflict prompted could result in billions of dollars in consumer boycotts on both sides of the Atlantic, according to a survey conducted in the U.S., France, Germany and the U.K.

U.S. trade representative Robert Zoellick, when asked about the impact of the Iraq war on U.S.-Europe trade, told reporters in Paris Wednesday: "There of course was significant disappointment in the U.S., and in many quarters?even a sense of hurt, that in a time of trial, a friend wasn’t with us, and indeed worked against us. But I haven’t found that to affect?our overall trade negotiations."

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