LA QUINTA, Calif., Feb 25 (Reuters) - Online auctions giant eBay Inc. is eyeing a slump in U.S. consumer confidence, but is more concerned about the potential business impact of a war with Iraq, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday. EBay was seeing rapid growth in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands and was planning to return to the Japanese market, Meg Whitman said in a dinner address at the Goldman Sachs technology conference in this resort town. Despite strength in the ...
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