FRIDAY HARBOR, WA--(Marketwired - November 09, 2015) - At the October 2015 SNS Future in Review (FiRe) conference, Scott Foster announced the release of his new e-book ­on the Japanese national economy and the creation of a rising new national business model: InfoMercantilism. Stealth Japan: The Surprise Success of the World's First InfoMerc Economy covers Japan's "economic miracle": its meteoric rise from the end of the Second World War to present day. The work provides an inside perspective on how Japan's economy has grown, offering previously unseen accounts of the nation's inner workings.

The release heralds the creation of a new SNS™ division, FiReBooks™, which will release a stream of publications designed to offer the most accurate descriptions of economics and technology available for purchase.

According to Foster, "Stealth Japan counters the negative stereotypes that have obscured the success of Japan's evolving national business model and hindered attempts to make an objective assessment of the world's second-most sophisticated economy."

Said Strategic News Service CEO Mark Anderson: "We believe Stealth Japan now becomes the best description of the Japanese economy today. Understanding how well Japan has done in pursuing its own model and goals -- which are different than America's or Europe's -- also then requires anyone in the worlds of technology, trade, policy, economics, manufacturing, or investment to reassess Japan's role in the global economy. This book puts Japan back on the map of global powerhouses at a time when everyone is interested in what is really happening in Asia."

To preorder the new e-book, interested parties can visit SNS FiReBooks here.

FiReBooks is a branch of the Strategic News Service (SNS). The SNS Future in Review Conference is an annual conference on top trends in technology, created and produced by the Strategic News Service.

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