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

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D 12. MINISTRY OF FOREIGN TRADE AND ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION (1)

Established in March 1982 following the amalgamation of the ministries of Foreign Trade
and Economic Relations with Foreign Countries, as well as the incorporation of the
Import/Export Control Commission and the Foreign Investment Control Commission.

Minister Earliest
Latest
(f) ( Chen Muhua) x
Mar 82
Mar 85
Zheng Tuobin x
Mar 85
Dec 90
( Li Lanqing) x
Dec 90
Mar 93
(f) Wu Yi x
Mar 93
First Vice-Minister
(Zheng Tuobin) x
Jun 82
Mar 85
Vice-Ministers
Gu Yongjiang Aug 90
( Jia Shi) x
Mar 82
Dec 85
d 1988
( Li Lanqing) Oct 86
Dec 90
Lu Xuejian x
Mar 82
Aug 90
( Shen Jueren) x
Apr 88
Jul 91
Shi Guangsheng May 93
Tong Zhiguang Feb 91
( Wang Pinqing) x
Dec 85
May 90
Wang Wendong Aug 90
Feb 93
Wei Yuming x
Mar 82
Feb 86
(f) ( Wu Yi) x
Jul 91
Mar 93
( Zhang Haoruo) x
Oct 86
Feb 88
Zheng Silin x
Aug 93
( Zheng Tuobin) x
Mar 82
Jun 82
Ministerial Delegates
Chen Jie x
Mar 82
Dec 85
Li Ke x
Mar 82
Dec 85
( Wang Pinqing) x
Mar 82
Dec 85
Assistant Ministers
(Gu Yongjiang) Sep 88
Aug 90
(f) Li Guohua Jul 91
( Lin Zhongming) x
Jan 86
May 91
Liu Shanzai Jul 91
Liu Yan Jun 88
Jul 91
( Shen Jueren) x
Jan 86
Apr 88
( Shi Guangsheng) Jul 91
May 93

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