GENEVA — A possible war in Iraq and its implications for the world economy have for months galvanized the minds of economic and political leaders — which is why it’s no surprise that it dominated the agenda at this year’s World Economic Forum in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos.

Forget the usual discussions of trade, technology, the Third World or other economic issues. All most attendees wanted to speak about was the ramifications of a war. But analysts and corporate executives were divided on what impact a showdown in Iraq would have on the highly interdependent world economy.

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