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

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D 15. MINISTRY OF INTERNAL TRADE

Established in March 1993 following the abolition of the ministries of Commerce and
Materials and Equipment.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Zhang Haoruo x
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
Bai Meiqing x
Aug 93
He Jihai x
Aug 93
Lu Jiang x
Aug 93
Ma Lisheng x
Aug 93
Ma Yimin x
Aug 93

D 16. MINISTRY OF JUSTICE

Re-established in September 1979.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Wei Wenbo(1) x
Sep 79.
May 82
d 1987
( Liu Fuzhi) x
May 82
Jun 83
Zou Yu x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Cai Cheng x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Xiao Yang x
Mar 93
First Vice-Minister
Li Yunchang(2) x
Aug 80
May 82
Vice-Ministers
( Cai Cheng) x
Jan 85
Apr 88
Chen Zhuo x
Aug 80
May 82
Gu Qiliang Jun 85
Guo Dezhi Aug 88
Jin Jian Jan 88
Li Shisheng Oct 83
Aug 85
d 1988
( Li Yunchang) x
Jun 80
Aug 80
Lu Jian Jun 85
Dec 92
She Mengxiao x
May 90
Wang Yuechen Nov 80
May 82
Xiao Jianzhang(3) Dec 92
Xie Bangzhi x
Aug 80
May 82

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