yuan

[ US /juˈɑn/ ]
[ UK /jˈuːən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the basic unit of money in China
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How To Use yuan In A Sentence

  • We can perceive Lu Xun's authentic attitude to Tao Yuanming's reclusion from his high estimation of Tao Yuan ming.
  • The two unsold detached villas have asking prices of 19,350 and 19,651 yuan a square metre.
  • This month I had to pay 200 yuan toll call.
  • The mission will be the country's first to carry three astronauts - or hangtianyuan, as they are called in Chinese - into orbit. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • A cartload of bricks is worth about 200 yuan.
  • Today's Huayuan people will integrate Huayuan people's development with the company's development closely, and create a brilliant future unitedly and compose a new movement of Huayuan people.
  • The government of Hunan province in south-central China is reportedly seeking a 10 billion yuan ($1.58 billion) syndicated loan in the Hong Kong market.
  • Meanwhile, Yam said Hong Kong's exchange rate system is unlikely to be affected by the situation of the Chinese yuan, also known as the renminbi.
  • Longshan days in the caves, 40 km southwest of Taiyuan Tianlong mountainside.
  • Asean finance ministers vow to avoid overheating, but remain mute on yuan ASEAN finance ministers have vowed to co-ordinate policies to avoid economic overheating in the fast-growing region, following a semi-annual gathering dominated political tension in Thailand and the avoidance of any criticism of China's currency management. AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories
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