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WE are bombarded by advertisements on a daily basis. Whether it's a print ad for a new perfume, a preachy bumper sticker on the back of a car or giant billboards that adorn the stretch of the LDP highway, advertisements stimulate and sustain all manner of consumerism or social awareness in modern society.
When Russian cosmonaut Pavel Vinogradov uses a gold-plated six-iron to drive a golf ball into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS) this summer, he will stretch the bounds of what does and doesn't go on the orbiter.
Alarmed by high gasoline prices, Singaporean drivers are turning to a new Web site that posts data on costs at gasoline stations. Malaysia plans to blend diesel with palm oil to power cars. South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. and other automakers that sell fuel-efficient cars say demand is growing.
The physical and psychological damage caused by Hurricane Katrina is likely to reverberate across the global economy in ways that will curb growth well into 2006, economists say.
It's time Malaysians received a reality check on oil. Despite yet another hike in the price of petrol and diesel by 10 and 20 sen respectively on Aug 1, consumers in this country still undervalue a resource that is depleting, takes years to flow from the oilfields to the petrol pump, and requires millions of ringgit to explore, extract and process.