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Q: Will the 'mao'/'jiao' (division of the Yuan, rmb) disappear in the foreseeable future.

I even read on wikipedia about the 'fen' but I have never seen one.

The units for the Renminbi are the Yuan (元), Jiao (角), and Fen (分): 1 Yuan = 10 Jiao = 100 Fen

11 years 2 weeks ago in  Culture - Lanzhou

 
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Sure, it will
Because the price of everything is increasing
I will get it to the beggar If there are several jiao in my wallet

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No, think of telephone costs. Jiao is a staple fee.

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