Did you notice these headings under "Total Non-Current Assets" (These would be the difference between Total Current Assets and Total Assets to my mind as Assets are either current or non-current):
Net Property,Plant,and Equipment
Gross Property,Plant,and Equipment
Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets
Other Intangible Assets
Investments and Advances
The Depreciation being one that is negative that could cause the sum of "Total Assets" to be less than "Total Current Assets."
Definition of 'Accumulated Depreciation'
The cumulative depreciation of an asset up to a single point in its
life. Regardless of the method used to calculate it, the depreciation
of an asset during a single period is added to the previous period's
accumulated depreciation to get the current accumulated depreciation.
An asset's carrying value on the balance sheet is the difference
between its purchase price and accumulated depreciation.
Investopedia explains 'Accumulated Depreciation'
A company buys an asset for $5,000 that has a five-year lifespan and
zero salvage value. The company uses straight-line depreciation, and
the asset depreciates at a rate of $1,000 per year.
In year one, depreciation will be $1,000, as will accumulated
depreciation, and carrying value of the asset will be $4,000.
In year two, depreciation will be $1,000, accumulated depreciation
will be $2,000 ($1,000 from the current year + $1,000 accumulated from
previous years) and carrying value will be $3,000.
Each subsequent year will follow the same process.