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Q: why in china there are 3 different types of currencies used?

Yes, I could google up the answer about this but I would rather hear from whomever on this site that lives in china as to why there are 3 types of currencies used in china? There are the rmb,kuai. and the yuan so what differences do these 3 currencies have from the other? Is it depending of where or what part of china one of these 3 are used?

6 years 20 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - China

 
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hahahahaha

their the same thing just that one is formal name one is written name and Kuai is spocken/slang  name

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hahahahaha

their the same thing just that one is formal name one is written name and Kuai is spocken/slang  name

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There's 'fourth' one: HK$ or Hong Kong dollaa....

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USA also has several different currencies: USD, dollar, buck, and the greenback.

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Are you really this dumb?

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Yahoo-gle currency 'translator':

 

http://finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter/;_ylt=A0SO81Y.p.NV1p0A7gdXNy...

 

See, how many different currencies are in China.

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How do you manage to remember to breathe?

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In China there are four if nor more currencies. 

 

RMB

HKD

MOP

whatever they use in Taiwan

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you are never too old to learn something stupid.

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Bitcoin. That works here too. But you will need to bring a frequency convertor/transformer to plug your windows 95 desktop in. But that's no problem, plenty of space in your trailer to fit it in. Just be careful not to discard your used tissues on top of the transformer air vents. That could end in tears.

What ever you do... Don't bring Scottish Pounds. They only work in a few selected places worldwide. None of which are in China

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ROFL MAO !

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They are the same thing.

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only one currency: RMB, 3 or more different names (CNY, RMB, Kuai, Yuan...).

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You are mistaken. The three major currencies are:
Guanxi a.k.a. Get Out Of Chengguang Free Card
Beauty a.k.a. pussy potential
Yuan RMB a.k.a. "kuai"

Some people attempt to make their family ties into currency, but it always boils down to guanxi, pussy or yuan RMB.

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