U.S. Trade Representative Carla Hills said Saturday there is "no guarantee" the collapsed world trade talks will resume next month in Geneva.

The 107-nation talks, held under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, disbanded in turmoil Friday in a bitter dispute over agriculture subsidies between the United States and the European Community.Although GATT officials said the talks were formally "adjourned," Hills said there was no reason to resume the talks unless progress was possible.

"There's no guarantee of a resumption of talks," Hills told United Press International in an interview at the Brussels airport before leaving for the United States.

First, she said, officials at the Geneva-based GATT will confer with various parties to determine if there is any purpose in resuming formal negotiations.