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Chinese Currency – Yuan (元) or Renminbi (人民币)

Chinese Currency – Yuan (元) or Renminbi (人民币)

The official currency used in China is the Yuan () or Renminbi (人民币) (ISO Code CNY; Symbol ¥).  The most common denominations you will see are the following:

 


Frequently Used Banknotes:

100 Yuan Front
100 Yuan Back
 100 Yuan (100 元) / (一百元) / (一百块)
50 Yuan Front
50 Yuan Back
 50 Yuan (50 元) / (五十元) / (五十块)
20 Yuan Front
20 Yuan Back
 20 Yuan (20 元) / (二十元) / (二十块)
10 Yuan Front
10 Yuan Back
 10 Yuan (10 元) / (十元) / (十块)
5 Yuan Front
5 Yuan Back
 5 Yuan (5 元) / (五元) / (五块)
1 Yuan Front
1 Yuan Back
 1 Yuan (1 元) / (一元) / (一块)


Frequently Used Coins:

Chinese Coins

1 Yuan (1 元) / (一元) / (一块)

0.5 Yuan (5角) / (五角) / (五毛)

0.1 Yuan (1角) / (一角) / (一毛)

The Yuan () or Renminbi (人民币) however is not the official legal tender in Hong Kong and Macau, which use Hong Kong Dollar (ISO Code HKD; Symbol HKD $) and Macau Pataca (ISO Code MOP; Symbol MOP$) respectively.


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