in the short term

in the short term

also for the short term
in the near future In the short term, the tax would bring money into the treasury, but after that, it would cost the government more each year.
See also: short, term
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It is authorized to commercialize various products from INS, Alico and Magisterio and expects to close deals with the two other insurance companies, Mundial and Assa, in the short term.
We think there are tremendous opportunities for schools to work with banks," Pavlakis says, to collect cash more efficiently, deploy it in the short term, and disburse it more efficiently.
From there landlords can follow a simple model that will generate enough funds in the short term to pay for long-term objectives, including the effective removal or buyout of the remaining IMD tenants.
Corporate IT departments have attempted to cope with the e-mail deluge in the short term by making use of the Exchange servers' ability to handle large volumes of data.
Although, this philosophy may cause variability of returns in the short term, it has generated superior returns over the long term.
The expenditures of building the NMDA have clearly been intended as an investment in the future growth of the company which necessarily impact our current operational costs in the short term.
In the short term, an effective category for temporary and seasonal employees, like the existing H-2B visa.
Best believes that Confederation Life's management will be challenged in the short term to conclude the transaction with its strategic partner in a timely manner, and in the long term to profitably expand its restructured organization.