Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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D 1. MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

Established in May 1982 when the ministries of Agriculture, State Farms and Land
Reclamation were merged with the State Aquatic Products bureau. Between then and April
1988 the organization was styled ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Lin Hujia) x
May 82
Jun 83
He Kang x
Jun 83
Jun 90
( Liu Zhongyi) x
Jun 90
Mar 93
Liu Jiang x
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
Chen Yaobang (1) Feb 86
( He Kang) x
May 82
Jun 83
Hong Fuzeng (2) x
Feb 86
( Liu Jiang) x
Feb 86
Dec 90
( Ma Zhongchen) x
Dec 90
Dec 92
Wang Lianzhong x
Jan 89
May 91
Xiang Zhongyang x
Mar 84
Mar 89
Xiao Peng x
May 82
Feb 86
Zhang Yanxi May 92
Zhu Rong x
May 82
Feb 86
d 1990
Advisers
Bian Jiang x
Aug 83
Li Youjiu x
May 83
Lin Hujia x
Aug 83
Liu Xigeng x
Jun 82
Zou Bingwen (3) Jun 85
d 1985
Environmental Protection Committee
Vice-Chairman
Bian Jiang x
Nov 85
Science and Technology Committee
Chairman
He Kang x
Nov 83
Vice-Chairmen
An Min x
Nov 83

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