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  • Renminbi - Wikipedia
    The renminbi is legal tender in mainland China, but not in Hong Kong or Macau However, Renminbi is widely accepted in Hong Kong and Macau and are easily exchanged in the two territories, with banks in Hong Kong allowing people to maintain accounts in RMB and withdraw RMB banknotes from ATM terminals History
  • Fifth series of the renminbi - Wikipedia
    The fifth series of the renminbi is the current coin and banknote series of the Chinese currency, the renminbi They were progressively introduced since 1999 and consist of ¥0 1, ¥0 5, and ¥1 coins, and ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥20, ¥50, ¥100 notes The ¥20 banknote is a new denomination, and was added in this series
  • First series of the renminbi - Wikipedia
    The first series of Renminbi banknotes was introduced during the Chinese Civil War by the newly founded People's Bank of China on December 1, 1948, nearly one year before the founding of the People's Republic of China itself It was issued to unify and replace the various currencies of the communist-held territories as well as the currency of the Nationalist government
  • Renminbi - Wikipedia
    Renminbi is legal tender in mainland Cheenae, but nae in Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Macau Renminbi is sometimes acceptit in Hong Kong an Macau, an are easily exchynged in the twa territories, wi banks in Hong Kong allowin fowk tae maintain accoonts in RMB
  • Renminbi currency value - Wikipedia
    Renminbi currency value is a debate affecting the Chinese currency unit, the renminbi (Chinese: 人民币 Code:CNY) The renminbi is classified as a fixed exchange rate currency "with reference to a basket of currencies", which has drawn attention from nations which have freely floated currency and has become a source of trade friction with Western nations
  • List of renminbi exchange rates - Wikipedia
    The renminbi (RMB, also known as Chinese yuan; ISO code: CNY) is the official currency of the People's Republic of China Although it is not a freely convertible currency, and has an official exchange rate, the CNY plays an important role in the world economy and international trade This page lists past and present CNY exchange rates with other major currencies, in both nominal and purchasing
  • Internationalization of the renminbi - Wikipedia
    RMB Internationalization accelerated in 2009 when China established dim sum bond market and expanded Cross-Border Trade RMB Settlement Pilot Project, which helps establish pools of offshore RMB liquidity In 2013, the RMB was the 8th most traded currency in the world and the 7th most traded in early 2014


















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