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

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G 14. MINISTRY OF THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

The ministry was amalgamated with the ministry of Fuel and Chemicals Industries in
November 1970. No officials were identified between October 1968 and October 1970.


G 15. MINISTRY OF THE COAL INDUSTRY

The ministry was amalgamted with the ministry of Fuel and Chemicals Industries in
November 1970.

Vice-Minister Earliest
Latest
Fan Wencai Feb 65
Oct 69

G 16. MINISTRY OF THE COAL INDUSTRY

The ministry was established in January 1975 as a result of the division of the ministry of
Fuel and Chemicals Industries. In April 1988 the ministry became part of the newly-created
ministry of Energy Resources.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Xu Jinqiang x
Jan 75
Jul 76
d 1976
( Xiao Han) x
Jul 77
Feb 80
Gao Yangwen x
Feb 80
Jun 85
Yu Hong'en x
Jun 85
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
Chen Dun x
Jun 85
Apr 88
He Bingzhang(1) x
Feb 78
Mar 82
Hu Fuguo(2) x
Mar 82
Apr 88
Jia Huisheng x
Dec 77
Mar 82
( Kong Xun) x
Nov 80
Mar 82
Li Kuisheng Jun 78
Mar 82
Liu Hui Mar 82
Jun 85
Ren Zhiheng May 78
Mar 82
Wang Xinsan(3) May 79
Mar 82
d 1991
( Xiao Han) x
Oct 75
May 77
Xu Zailian x
Nov 75
Mar 82
( Ye Qing) (2) x
Mar 82
Sep 86
( Yu Hong'en) (2) x
Mar 82
Jun 85
Zhang Baoming Sep 86
Apr 88
Zhang Chao(4) Feb 78
Mar 82
Zhao Zishang(5) x
Jun 79
Mar 82
d 1986

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