Total Non-Current Assets

What are Total Non-Current Assets?

Total Non-Current Assets are a company’s long-term investments, the full value of which will not be realized during the reporting year. Examples of non-current assets include investments in other companies, intellectual property (i.e. patents), as well as property, machinery and equipment.

How are Total Non-Current Assets calculated?

Total Non-Current Assets are the sum of the following:

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