The currency of China is the Chinese Yuan. It's code is CNY. According to our data, USD to CNY is the most popular Chinese Yuan exchange rate conversion. Nicknames for the Yuan include: kuˆi & Mao.
The most frequently used banknotes in China are: ´5, ´10, ´20, ´50, ´100, ´1. It's used solely in China.
The Yuan reached a record high rate of 6.1090 to the U.S. dollar during intra-day trading in August 2013. Chinese leadership has been raising the Yuan to moderate inflation, which U.S. officials have pushed for years to help repair the trade deficit with China.