Chinese yuan to Brazilian real conversion

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Chinese yuan Brazilian real
¥1.00 R$0.48
¥2.00 R$0.96
¥3.00 R$1.44
¥4.00 R$1.92
¥5.00 R$2.39
¥6.00 R$2.87
¥7.00 R$3.35
¥8.00 R$3.83
¥9.00 R$4.31
¥10.00 R$4.79
¥11.00 R$5.27
¥12.00 R$5.75
¥13.00 R$6.22
¥14.00 R$6.70
¥15.00 R$7.18
¥16.00 R$7.66
¥17.00 R$8.14
¥18.00 R$8.62
¥19.00 R$9.10
¥20.00 R$9.58
Chinese yuan Brazilian real
¥21.00 R$10.05
¥22.00 R$10.53
¥23.00 R$11.01
¥24.00 R$11.49
¥25.00 R$11.97
¥26.00 R$12.45
¥27.00 R$12.93
¥28.00 R$13.41
¥29.00 R$13.88
¥30.00 R$14.36
¥31.00 R$14.84
¥32.00 R$15.32
¥33.00 R$15.80
¥34.00 R$16.28
¥35.00 R$16.76
¥36.00 R$17.24
¥37.00 R$17.71
¥38.00 R$18.19
¥39.00 R$18.67
¥40.00 R$19.15
Chinese yuan Brazilian real
¥41.00 R$19.63
¥42.00 R$20.11
¥43.00 R$20.59
¥44.00 R$21.07
¥45.00 R$21.54
¥46.00 R$22.02
¥47.00 R$22.50
¥48.00 R$22.98
¥49.00 R$23.46
¥50.00 R$23.94
¥51.00 R$24.42
¥52.00 R$24.90
¥53.00 R$25.37
¥54.00 R$25.85
¥55.00 R$26.33
¥56.00 R$26.81
¥57.00 R$27.29
¥58.00 R$27.77
¥59.00 R$28.25
¥60.00 R$28.73
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Chinese yuan

China's official currency is known as the Renminbi but is often referred to as the Chinese Yuan. Renminbi is the official name given by the Communist People's Republic of China in 1949. "Renminbi" means "The People's currency." The Yuan is a subunit of the Renminbi currency with one Yuan being made up of 10 Jiǎo (角) and a Jiǎo is made up of 10 Fēn (分). Renminbi banknotes come in denominations of ¥0.1, ¥0.2, ¥0.5, ¥1, ¥2, ¥5, ¥10, ¥20, ¥50 and ¥100 and coins of ¥0.01, ¥0.02, ¥0.05, ¥0.1, ¥0.5 and ¥1.

Brazilian real

The word "Real" in Portuguese means "royal" or "real." The Dollar sign used for the Brazilian Real uses two vertical lines instead of the more recognized one line. Traditionally Brazilian banknotes feature the words "Deus Seja Louvado" which means "God Be Praised." However in 2012, it was questioned as to whether these words should be used as the country’s stance on religion is neutral. The bank stated that it was not favoring one particular religion but could "legitimately make reference to the existence of a higher being."

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