CNY to PKR Currency Converter - China Yuan To Pakistan Rupee

1 CNY = 24.364602 PKR

1 CNY = 24.36 PKR
Your Conversion : 1 CNY = 24.364602 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 24.364602 PKR = 1 CNY

China Yuan Pakistan Rupee

Updated: Jun 23 2021

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Today China Yuan Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1 CNY to PKR) is 24.364602 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best CNY to PKR conversion. This China Yuan to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1 CNY buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.

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CNY TO PKR STATS

Last 30 days LAST 90 DAYS
High 23.65 25.1
Low 23.65 23.6
Average 23.6500 23.9872

CNY TO PKR OPEN MARKET FOREX RATES HISTORY

Date Buying Selling
23 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
22 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
21 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
18 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
17 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
16 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
15 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
14 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
11 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
10 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
9 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
8 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
7 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
5 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
4 Jun, 2021 23.50 23.65
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CNY to PKR

These two currencies are of two neighbors—side by side for years. And they are globally known for their friendship. Yes, it's Pakistan and China. China is a relatively more established country. The Chinese currency is known as the "Chinese Yuan". Its abbreviation is CNY. Pakistan has a currency named Rupees. The acronym of Rupees is PKR. The exchange rate of the CNY to PKR is almost 24 times of Rupees. It makes it clear that the Yuan is a stronger currency than Rupees.

CNY

CNY is the standard currency of China. Now there is an exciting thing about China. Hong Kong is a city in China. That is officially and legally a part of the country China. In all aspects, Hong Kong is considered a part of China. But the city does not use CNY as its currency. Entire China uses Yuan as its currency but not Hong Kong. Instead, Hong Kong uses dollars as its currency. Anything being purchased or sold in Hong Kong will be in return for the dollar instead of Yuan.

CNY is one of the two currencies used in China. The other currency used in China is RMB. It stands for the Renminbi. CNY is just a version of the Renminbi. It is the same currency with two names. The CNY name is used for a larger scale. For example, the financial system of the country. In contrast, the RMB is used for more local transactions. It acts as a local exchange medium.

PKR

PKR means Pakistani Rupees. The abbreviation of Rupees is PKR. More specifically, the Pakistani Rupees. The rupee is the commonly used currency in Pakistan. Now, this currency is a weak currency when compared to most currencies of the countries that are established. Pakistan has an economy that is facing many issues. It is the main reason that the Rupees of Pakistan is a weak currency.

In Pakistan, the economy is facing many issues. More specifically, oil imports. There are payment pressures faced by the country. Also, the central bank has a role to play in such a fall. It is claimed to have spent billions to deny that the Pakistani currency has been overvalued. It led to further inflation. Inflation is the rate at which prices increase each year or month. Pakistan is considered as one of the many developing countries worldwide. That is why the demand for PKR has also been decreased. There has been an imbalance of demand and supply in the international exchange market. That has also caused the currency to lose its strength further.

Officials have predicted that the currency of Pakistan may have an increase in demand. It would probably be a reason for the currency to attain back its strength on a global scale. It is due to the optimistic prediction. This prediction is based on the fact that each market faces a boom period after a period of recession.

CNY and PKR

Both China and Pakistan had Independence in the same era. Pakistan had Independence before China. Pakistan was made in 1947, whereas China was created in 1949. Even though China was made two years after Pakistan, China is many years ahead of Pakistan. It means that China is a lot more established than Pakistan. Pakistan has faced much crisis. And is still facing many issues within the economy. It is not like that China has not faced any economic issues. But the country has tackled all issues and attained success. That is why the Chinese Yuan is a lot stronger than the Pakistani Rupees.

China is known as a friend country of Pakistan worldwide. China has proved it's alliance towards Pakistan multiple times. Because Pakistan has faced many financial issues, China has helped the country multiple times through the provision of huge loans. It has caused the country to be in debt and slowed the economy even more. The fact that China is in a position to provide loans verifies that their economy is strong enough.

The Rupees have less strength than the Chinese Yuan. One Chinese Yuan is equal to almost 24.364602 Pakistani Rupees. A product that is purchased in Pakistan for 24.364602 Rupees, the same can be bought for one Chinese Yuan. Not only that, one Chinese Yuan could buy that same product in a quantity of 24. It explains the strength of the Chinese Yuan.

The economic conditions of Pakistan still seem to be in bad condition. The pandemic has caused the economy to be even worse. Moreover, the growth rate is predicted to be lower in the short-run by officials. On the bright side, it is expected for the local currency to be increased in demand globally. Mainly because after the recession, the boom is expected. This increase in demand may become a reason to decrease the difference between the Yuan and the Pakistani Rupees.