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Less important than but related or supplementary to,
  1. Less important than but related or supplementary to
    • - many environmentalists argue that the cause of animal rights is subsidiary to that of protecting the environment
  2. (of a company) Controlled by a holding or parent company

  1. A company controlled by a holding company

  2. A thing that is of lesser importance than but related to something else

  1. auxiliary: functioning in a supporting capacity; "the main library and its auxiliary branches"
  2. subordinate: an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
  3. subsidiary company: a company that is completely controlled by another company
  4. A subsidiary, in business matters, is an entity that is controlled by a separate higher entity . The controlled entity is called a company, corporation, or limited liability company; and in some cases can be a government or state-owned enterprise, and the controlling entity is called its parent ...
  5. A company owned by the parent company or holding company; a subordinate theme; auxiliary or supplemental; secondary or subordinate; of, or relating to a subsidy
  6. (subsidiarily) In a subsidiary way
  7. (Subsidiaries) Banana Republic Companies; GPS Companies; GPSDC, Inc.; Gap Companies; Goldhawk B.V.; Melanie Rennes Saint Germain SARL; Old Navy Companies; Real Estate Ventures
  8. (Subsidiaries) G-Unit Philly · G-Note Records · G-Unit West · D4L Records · G-Unit South · State Property Records
  9. (Subsidiaries) in respect of JHI SE, the meaning given to it in section of 2:24a of the Dutch Civil Code
  10. (subsidiaries) Enterprises in which another enterprise has majority voting rights and/or effective operational control.
  11. A corporation that is either wholly owned or controlled through ownership of a majority of its voting shares, by another corporation or business entity.
  12. A company where more than 50% of the voting shares are owned by another company. Succession. The passing of property on death of the property owner. Sum Assured. The guaranteed amount paid on death under a life assurance policy.
  13. A corporation that is owned or controlled by another corporation. See parent corporation.
  14. means a subsidiary of the Subscriber within the meaning of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and, in the case where the Subscriber is controlled by a partnership, that partnership (and each of its partners).
  15. a company is the subsidiary of a second company if it the second company's ownership stake in it is over 50 percent, or if the second company indirectly controls it through a hierarchical series of one or more intermediary companies, each of which is a subsidiary to another through an ownership ...
  16. An industrial or business company that is under the control of another which holds most of its share capital or which can impose its wishes on it by virtue of special arrangements.
  17. A firm that is owned and ultimately controlled by another firm. Thus a multinational corporation has a parent in once country and one or more subsidiaries in others.
  18. a subsidiary is an organization operating in Canada that is owned or controlled by a foreign company which may or may not manufacture in Canada.
  19. A "subsidiary" of a specified person is an affiliated person who is controlled by the specified person, directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries.
  20. A competitor who has come off his perch through threats or bribes, or both.
  21. Any company, of which Fortis, either directly or indirectly, has the power to govern the financial and operating policies so as to obtain the benefits from its activities (‘control’).
  22. A subsidiary is an organisation which is wholly or partly owned by another organisation (the "parent" organisation) and which is controlled by the parent. ...
  23. a company owned and controlled by a larger, parent firm. See Understanding the Global Firm, lecture 1
  24. An entity that is owned more than 50 percent by another entity.
  25. A company that is part of a larger parent company, often established to satisfy a particular market niche. For example, a large taxi company might start a subsidiary that deals only with limousines.