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    Long-term future.

    This is a matter of a long-term future.
    Is the sentence correct?

    By the sentence I want to say that something will be discussed but not very soon. Example: The company plans to open a store in the city, but this is a matter/issue of long-term future. What are other variants to express the same meaning in formal speech? Thank you.

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    Re: Long-term future.

    A future matter / a matter to be discussed in the future.

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    Re: Long-term future.

    or if you fancied a metaphor, it's 'a speck on the horizon'.


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