Chinese yuan to Iraqi dinar conversion

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Chinese yuan Iraqi dinar
¥1.00 ع.د175.18
¥2.00 ع.د350.35
¥3.00 ع.د525.53
¥4.00 ع.د700.70
¥5.00 ع.د875.88
¥6.00 ع.د1051.06
¥7.00 ع.د1226.23
¥8.00 ع.د1401.41
¥9.00 ع.د1576.58
¥10.00 ع.د1751.76
¥11.00 ع.د1926.94
¥12.00 ع.د2102.11
¥13.00 ع.د2277.29
¥14.00 ع.د2452.47
¥15.00 ع.د2627.64
¥16.00 ع.د2802.82
¥17.00 ع.د2977.99
¥18.00 ع.د3153.17
¥19.00 ع.د3328.35
¥20.00 ع.د3503.52
Chinese yuan Iraqi dinar
¥21.00 ع.د3678.70
¥22.00 ع.د3853.87
¥23.00 ع.د4029.05
¥24.00 ع.د4204.23
¥25.00 ع.د4379.40
¥26.00 ع.د4554.58
¥27.00 ع.د4729.75
¥28.00 ع.د4904.93
¥29.00 ع.د5080.11
¥30.00 ع.د5255.28
¥31.00 ع.د5430.46
¥32.00 ع.د5605.64
¥33.00 ع.د5780.81
¥34.00 ع.د5955.99
¥35.00 ع.د6131.16
¥36.00 ع.د6306.34
¥37.00 ع.د6481.52
¥38.00 ع.د6656.69
¥39.00 ع.د6831.87
¥40.00 ع.د7007.04
Chinese yuan Iraqi dinar
¥41.00 ع.د7182.22
¥42.00 ع.د7357.40
¥43.00 ع.د7532.57
¥44.00 ع.د7707.75
¥45.00 ع.د7882.92
¥46.00 ع.د8058.10
¥47.00 ع.د8233.28
¥48.00 ع.د8408.45
¥49.00 ع.د8583.63
¥50.00 ع.د8758.81
¥51.00 ع.د8933.98
¥52.00 ع.د9109.16
¥53.00 ع.د9284.33
¥54.00 ع.د9459.51
¥55.00 ع.د9634.69
¥56.00 ع.د9809.86
¥57.00 ع.د9985.04
¥58.00 ع.د10160.21
¥59.00 ع.د10335.39
¥60.00 ع.د10510.57
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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.

Iraqi dinar

Prior to the Gulf War the Dinar was sometimes referred to as the Swiss Dinar because it was printed in Switzerland. During the 1990’s, following the first Gulf War, bank notes were printed in China with a low quality paper and wood pulp rather than the cotton or line paper that was used by the Swiss. This actually lead to counterfeit banknotes being better quality than the real banknotes.

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