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They'll be interchangable if you're in China, but my point is that kuai is not the official name of the Chinese currency, but merely a placeholder for said official name.  If you are in the EU, kuai will mean Euros, in the UK, pounds, and so on.
Thanks Drizz.  Yes I am aware of this.  I was doing business in China when foreigners weren't allowed RMB. PS: I don't really see the point of your last post, as I in essence said what you've said. You must be as insecure as I am in letting people know what you know.