current/noncurrent method

Definition

A method for recording the value of assets held by a foreign subsidiary. Under the current/noncurrent method, current assets and liabilities are valued at the current exchange rate for the foreign nation's currency, while long-term or noncurrent assets and liabilities are valued at what the exchange rate was when they were acquired.
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