Chinese yuan to Ethiopian birr conversion

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Chinese yuan Ethiopian birr
¥1.00 ብር3.52
¥2.00 ብር7.05
¥3.00 ብር10.57
¥4.00 ብር14.09
¥5.00 ብር17.61
¥6.00 ብር21.14
¥7.00 ብር24.66
¥8.00 ብር28.18
¥9.00 ብር31.70
¥10.00 ብር35.23
¥11.00 ብር38.75
¥12.00 ብር42.27
¥13.00 ብር45.79
¥14.00 ብር49.32
¥15.00 ብር52.84
¥16.00 ብር56.36
¥17.00 ብር59.89
¥18.00 ብር63.41
¥19.00 ብር66.93
¥20.00 ብር70.45
Chinese yuan Ethiopian birr
¥21.00 ብር73.98
¥22.00 ብር77.50
¥23.00 ብር81.02
¥24.00 ብር84.54
¥25.00 ብር88.07
¥26.00 ብር91.59
¥27.00 ብር95.11
¥28.00 ብር98.63
¥29.00 ብር102.16
¥30.00 ብር105.68
¥31.00 ብር109.20
¥32.00 ብር112.72
¥33.00 ብር116.25
¥34.00 ብር119.77
¥35.00 ብር123.29
¥36.00 ብር126.82
¥37.00 ብር130.34
¥38.00 ብር133.86
¥39.00 ብር137.38
¥40.00 ብር140.91
Chinese yuan Ethiopian birr
¥41.00 ብር144.43
¥42.00 ብር147.95
¥43.00 ብር151.47
¥44.00 ብር155.00
¥45.00 ብር158.52
¥46.00 ብር162.04
¥47.00 ብር165.56
¥48.00 ብር169.09
¥49.00 ብር172.61
¥50.00 ብር176.13
¥51.00 ብር179.66
¥52.00 ብር183.18
¥53.00 ብር186.70
¥54.00 ብር190.22
¥55.00 ብር193.75
¥56.00 ብር197.27
¥57.00 ብር200.79
¥58.00 ብር204.31
¥59.00 ብር207.84
¥60.00 ብር211.36
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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.

Ethiopian birr

Before 1976, the word "Birr" meant "Dollar" in English but today it is simply "Birr" in English as well. "Birr" in Ge’ez and Amharic means "Silver." In the 18th and 19th centuries, Ethiopians also used blocks of salt bound with straw called "Amole tchew" (አሞሌ ) for trading. Ethiopian Birr coins all depict a lion. Coins struck before 1969 show a lion holding a cross and those after 1969 show a lion roaring.

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