for the foreseeable future

for the foreseeable future

For the near future based on what one currently knows. What are the biggest issues we need to tackle for the foreseeable future?
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for/in the foreseeable ˈfuture

for/in the period of time when you can predict what is going to happen, based on the present circumstances: The statue will remain in the museum for the foreseeable future.It’s unlikely that the hospital will be closed in the foreseeable future (= soon).
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"The line will remain closed for the foreseeable future as we work to restore it."
Management does not intend to provide financial guidance beyond 2019 at this time but intends to target distribution coverage of at least 1.2 times for the foreseeable future. "Magellan will continue managing our business in a responsible manner with a focus on creating long-term value for our investors," added CEO Mears.
Spokesman Rupert Adams said: "The forecast suggests there will be no meaningful rainfall for the foreseeable future."
The bank's backer, Gordian Knot, has decided to withdraw the application for FGTB 'for the foreseeable future.'
It is possible that homeownership will return to previous levels in the years ahead if the economy continues to improve; it is also possible that a "new normal" is occurring in this country, wherein Americans won't be buying a house for the foreseeable future.
KIEV, Shawwal 28, 1435, August 24, 2014, SPA -- Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Sunday Ukraine would be under constant military threat for the foreseeable future, announcing 40 billion hryvnia ($3 billion) would be spent on re-equipping the army in 2015-2017, Reuters reported.
Summary: British pensions will not be paid into Cypriot bank accounts for the foreseeable future and expats are advised to open UK accounts.
It means he will now need an operation and will be out of action for the foreseeable future, with little chance of featuring in the Six Nations.
Clark wrote on his Twitter account: "My shoulder needs an operation so I will be out of action for the foreseeable future. That's the game."
However, we do anticipate another challenging fourth quarter with economic conditions and market confidence likely to remain poor for the foreseeable future."
Louise Bennett, chief executive of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce, said: "Interest rates should stay at this record low for the foreseeable future - our colleagues at the British Chambers of Commerce want the MPC to confirm that it will not be raised until the end of 2012 to give business a sense of stability.
With temperatures barely rising above freezing for the foreseeable future, an early decision was taken.
Despite record high oil prices, the price of gas--which accounts for 25% of the European Union's energy consumption--will continue to be pegged to oil for the foreseeable future, meaning higher gas prices as well, according to a new report by Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA).
Alba said: "Trading conditions in our ongoing business are currently very challenging and in the opinion of the board are likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.