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

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D 5. MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS

Established in January 1975.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Ye Fei) (1) x
Jan 75
Feb 79
( Zeng Sheng ) (2) x
Feb 79
Mar 81
( Peng Deqing) x
Mar 81
May 82
Li Qing x
May 82
Jul 84
Qian Yongchang(3) x
Jul 84
Mar 91
Huang Zhendong x
Mar 91
First Vice-Minister
( Peng Deqing) x
Jan 81
Mar 81
Vice-Ministers
( Cheng Wang) x
Nov 78
May 82
d 1991
(f) Guo Jian(4) x
Nov 77
May 82
He Chongsheng Sep 79
May 82
( Huang Zhendong) (5) x
Jun 85
Mar 91
Li Juchang Oct 92
( Li Qing) x
Oct 79
May 82
Li Weizhong Aug 80
May 82
Lin Zuyi Jun 85
Oct 92
Liu E Apr 93
Liu Songjin Oct 91
Ma Gang Apr 83
( Ma Yaoji) (6) x
Jan 75
Dec 76
( Pan Qi) (7) x
Apr 76
May 82
d 1990
( Peng Deqing) (8) x
Oct 75
Jan 81
( Qian Yongchang) x
May 82
Jul 84
( Tao Qi) x
Jan 75
May 82
Wang Shaochuan(9) Sep 79
May 82
Wang Xiping(10) Mar 79
May 82
Wang Zhanyi x
May 82
Oct 92
( Yu Mei) x
Apr 75
78
d 1987
( Zeng Sheng) x
Oct 75
Feb 79
Zeng Zhi(11) x
May 78
May 82
d 1987
(f) Zheng Guangdi x
Sep 82
( Zhou Hui) (12) x
Oct 77
Oct 78
Zi Gang x
May 82
Jun 85
Chief Engineer
Deng Shi'en May 91

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