Traducción de yuan en Español:


yuan, n.

Pronunciación /ˌjuˈɑn//jʊˈɑːn/



  • 1

    yuan masculino
    • Today, they are still sending production to China as the yuan and the dollar weaken.
    • Revaluing the yuan could catapult China's economy past some of the world's biggest.
    • The United States has urged China to allow greater flexibility in the yuan exchange rate.
    • They expect Hong Kong to eventually become a testing ground for convertibility of the yuan.
    • China's football giant pays a bonus of millions of yuan when the team wins an important match.
    • Do you agree with the idea that the NT dollar need not rise unless the Chinese yuan also rises?
    • Maybe China will allow the yuan to float by 2008 if it is able to complete its financial reforms in time.
    • The government has yet to announce foreign currencies the yuan is linked to.
    • Reports showed that mainland car buyers defaulted on loans of up to 100 billion yuan last year.
    • The yuan is pegged to the dollar and has not kept pace with the country's expansion, so making goods even cheaper.
    • Exchange rates for the rouble, the Mongolian tugrik and the Chinese yuan may be inflated on the train.
    • Since the revaluation, the yuan has gained less than 0.3 percent against the dollar.
    • The right conditions do not exist at the moment for China to adjust its yuan exchange rate.
    • The People's Bank of China is increasing the value of the yuan by two per cent.
    • During the late 1980s they had built two large fishing boats that cost half a million yuan.
    • In the short term, floating the yuan will likely lead to its strengthening.
    • The speculation was fanned by the yuan's rise on April 29 to its strongest in a decade.
    • These pressures are also raising the cost of keeping the yuan pegged to the dollar.
    • For decades, the yuan has been pegged at a low rate to the US dollar.
    • The Central Bank of China recently announced changes in the exchange rate of Chinese yuan.