USD is US dollars. One dollar is equivalent to RMB 6.4 (exchange rate on November 17, 2021).
RMB (RMB) is the legal currency of the People's Republic of China. The People's Bank of China is the competent authority of the country managed the RMB and is responsible for the design, printing and distribution of the RMB. The unit of the RMB is Yuan, and the auxiliary currency unit of the RMB is an angle and division. 1 yuan is equal to 10 horns, and 1 angle is equal to 10 points. The first letter of the RMB symbol of the RMB symbol Y plus two horizontal is "￥". The people's Republic of China has lasted for 71 years since the distribution of RMB. With the development of economic construction and the needs of people's lives, it has gradually improved and improved. As of 2020, five sets of RMB have been issued to form banknotes and metal coins. Ordinary commemorative coins and precious metal commemorative currencies such as multi -varieties and series of currency systems. In addition to the three coins of 1, 2, 5 points, the first, second and third sets of RMB have been withdrawn, and the fourth set of RMB will stop circulating from May 1, 2018 (1 corner, 5 corners of banknotes and and Except for 5 corners and 1 yuan coins). The RMB circulating is mainly the fifth set of RMB issued in 1999, 2005, 2015, 2019, and 2020. On January 20, 2016, the People's Bank of China revealed the information at the meeting here: it will strive to launch digital currencies issued by the central bank as soon as possible. Reality and far -reaching historical significance. On November 30, 2015, the International Monetary Fund announced that it officially included RMB in the IMF special withdrawal rights and currency baskets, with a weight of 10.92%. The resolution has taken effect on October 1, 2016. On November 12, 2015, the 2015 version of the fifth set of RMB 100 banknotes was issued. This will be released on August 30, 2019. The 2019 version of the fifth set of RMB 50, 20 yuan, 10 yuan, 1 yuan banknotes and 1 yuan, 5th and 1 corner coins. starting from November 5, 2020, the People's Bank of China issued the fifth set of RMB 5 yuan banknotes in the 2020 edition.
USD is the US dollar, and 1USD is currently about RMB 6.55.
USD refers to the dollar. It you can refer to the "real -time exchange rate" of the China Merchants Bank's foreign exchange. Please enter the homepage of the China Merchants Bank and click on the "Forex Real -time Exchange Rate" on the right to view. For the specific exchange rate, please refer to the exchange rate at the actual operation. If you need to query the historical exchange rate, click "View History" after the corresponding exchange rate. Note: 100 foreign currency against RMB. ("Foreign currency exchange calculator" on the left side of the page can be tried)
Currency exchange 1 USD (USD) = 6.5798 yuan 1 RMB = 0.1520 USD (USD)
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