Plans for the future development of Cardiff will be unveiled to Wales' business leaders this morning.
The city council will be outlining its vision for the capital over the next decade and explaining how it plans to compete on the world stage and attract investment.
The green paper will say Cardiff needs to regain lost momentum with new multi-million pound developments in housing, business and leisure .
The plans are expected to cover the building of a city convention centre and indoor arena, more office space and an integrated transport system.
The council says Cardiff needs to brand itself throughout the world and make it an attractive place for inward investment.
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