Unconsolidated Subsidiary

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Unconsolidated Subsidiary

A subsidiary whose financial statements are accounted differently from its parent company. That is, an unconsolidated subsidiary publishes its balance sheets, 10-K statements and other information separately. On the parent company's financials, an unconsolidated subsidiary is listed as an investment.
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