Chinese Yuan (CNY)
The Chinese Yuan, or the CNY, is the currency of China. This Chinese currency is also known as the Renminbi (RMB), which translates as "the people's currency". First issued by the Chinese Communist Party's People's Bank of China in 1948 during a civil war, a new Yuan was introduced in 1955 to address the high inflation that ensued. Since then, the economy stabilized. China is Australia's largest trading partner, with the China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) of 2015 laying the foundation for the next phase of Australia's economic relationship with China. For this reason, exchanging money from AUD to CNY is extremely popular.
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Chinese Yuan Renminbi specifications
|Commonly referred as:
|Yuan, Kuài, Mao
|Fēn = 1/100 Yuan. Jiǎo = 1/10 Yuan
|RMB 1, RMB 2, RMB 5, RMB 10, RMB 20, RMB 50, RMB 100
|RMB 0.1, RMB 0.5, RMB 1
|People's Bank of China http://www.pbc.gov.cn
|Code CNY, Number 156, Exponent 2