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The Huizi (simplified Chinese: 会子; traditional Chinese: 會子; pinyin: huì zi), issued in the year 1160, was the official banknote of the Chinese Southern Song dynasty. It has the highest amount of issuance among various banknote types during the Song dynasty.
- Economy of the Song dynasty
- Economy of China
- Economic history of China (Pre-1911)
- Economic history of China (1912–1949)
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