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This is an old entry, but since I was looking for a similar expression I came across this post. I think it means totally the opposite, not an independent party but a dependent party acting on behalf of another company, entity etc.
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as an independent party
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Victoria Frazier United States Local time: 21:32 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in category: 81