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Q: Is it legal to leave China with thousands of dollars?

I read, on this site, that it is not permitted to leave China with loads of RMB but what about dollars?
I am saving money and every now and then I change it to dollars, hoping the dollar will recover. Will it be difficult to leave the country with it?

10 years 34 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Lanzhou

 
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I left China a few times never searched to see how much i have.

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$5000 (Cash) is the limit after that it's at your own risk...

GoldenBoy:

what did you base that information on?

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Dont take the chance. Its not worth the risk. when you are ready to head home just have it sent to a home side bank account via western union or something of the like. Better yet, start sending it now so that you dont pay as much as you would sending a big lump sum.

its true that they dont always check. but you really dont want to be the exception.

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Well if you are going to try, you do have a chance of making it without a problem. Or if they do stop you, well then you get to enjoy some nice long conversations on why you are smuggling "drug" money.

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