German abbreviation "n. slb."

09:11 May 21, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: German abbreviation "n. slb."
This is from an item in a chart of accounts (Kontenplan). The entire entry reads: Erträge Kfz-Nutzung Konzern n. slb. I know that's not a heck of a lot of context, but that's all there is. Any good guesses? Thanks in advance.

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nanicht selb...
Dan McCrosky (X)
nanach selbem, neben selbem
Dierk Seeburg



54 mins
nach selbem, neben selbem

slb. looks very much like selbem or selbigem, and the n. looks like a preposition preceding slb. whose translation depends on context.

Dierk Seeburg
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5 hrs
nicht selb...

As far as "n. slb." goes, maybe the "n." is for "nicht" and that, together with Dierk's "selb…" hangs together with "Konzern". If so, it could mean that the income consists of transfers from the parent to the subsidiary for the use of the subsidiary's vehicles by the parent. The "n. slb." may just emphasize that the vehicles were not used by the subsidiary itself.

Dan McCrosky (X)
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