### What is the annual percentage change in cny

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10 years ago, Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY) to USD rate was, CNY6.8488=USD. The current exchange rate is CNY 6.74544= USD. What happened to CNY against USD? What happened to USD against CNY? What is the annual percentage change in CNY? In USD?

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