Change in Other Working Capital

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Definition

Change in Other Working Capital is a line item in the consolidated statement of cash flows, specifically the operating cash flow section.

Change in working capital is one of the major ways that net income and operating cash flow can differ. A company is investing in assets or becoming less efficient when the change in working capital is negative, and depleting assets or becoming more efficient when the change in working capital is positive.

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