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

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D 8. MINISTRY OF THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

Established in March 1993 following the division of the ministry of Machine Building and
Electronics Industries.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Hu Qili x
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
Liu Jianfeng x
May 93
Lu Xinkui x
May 93
(f) Qu Weizhi May 93
Zhang Jinqiang May 93

D 9. MINISTRY OF FINANCE

First post- Cultural Revolution reference was in January 1969, but no officials were
identified until 1970.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Zhang Jingfu) (1) x
Jan 75
Sep 79
Wu Bo(2) x
Sep 79
Aug 80
Wang Bingqian x
Aug 80
Sep 92
Liu Zhongli x
Sep 92
Vice-Ministers
Chen Bocun x
Jun 81
May 82
d 1992
Chen Rulong(3) x
May 79
Jul 86
d 1991
Chen Xiyu(4) x
Jun 73
May 82
( Chi Haibin) x
May 82
May 93
Jiang Dongping x
Oct 73
May 82
d 1986
Jin Renqing Nov 91
Li Ming x
Apr 80
Li Peng(5) x
Apr 80
May 88
Liu Jibin x
Jul 88
( Liu Zhongli) (6) x
Feb 88
Sep 92
( Lu Peijian) x
Sep 78
May 82
Tian Yinong x
Feb 82
May 88
( Wang Bingqian) x
Jan 73
Aug 80
( Wu Boshan) x
Dec 81
May 82
Xiang Huaicheng x
Jul 86
( Xie Ming) x
Jan 81
May 82
d 1990
Xin Yuanxi(7) Sep 78
May 82

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