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ec. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Kazakhstan, holder of 3.3 percent of the world's oil, will cut the proportion of dollars in its foreign reserves by 5 percentage points in ``the near future'' as the U.S. currency falls, the chairman of the nation's central bank said.
Today, we are studying which currency to include'' in place of the dollar, Saidenov said. ``The currency must be liquid and profitable, like the Hong Kong dollar, for instance,'' he said.
Russia may also change the mix of currencies in its reserves, the central bank's deputy chairman, Konstantin Korishchenko, said in an interview on Nov. 15.