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

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Feng Peizhi Jun 81
Sep 81
Liu Bingyan x
Jun 80
Sep 81
1.
So identifed in his NCNA obituary.

G 43. MINISTRY OF MACHINE BUILDING

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution. In May 1982 in a general
re-organization of the State Council, it underwent a name change, being previously known
as the first ministry of Machine Building. The ministry was abolished in December 1986
with the establishment of the State Machine Building Commission.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Li Shuiqing) (1) x
Mar 71
Jul 75
( Zhou Zijian) x
Oct 77
Mar 81
Rao Bin(2) x
Mar 81
May 82
d 1987
Zhou Jiannan x
May 82
Nov 85
Vice-Ministers
Cao Weilian x
Oct 79
May 82
d 1984
Ding Xiaonong x
Dec 85
Dec 86
d 1989
Guo Li(3) Oct 64
Feb 76
d 1976
( He Guangyuan) x
May 82
Dec 86
Ji Zhaoquan Sep 74
May 82
Li Benhai Sep 75
May 82
Li Shouren Dec 85
Dec 86
(f) ( Liu Ang) x
Dec 73
Sep 79
Liu Hekong Sep 79
May 82
( Ma Yi) x
Apr 73
May 77
(f) Qi Tian Mar 78
May 82
( Rao Bin) x
Jun 78
Mar 81
d 1987
( Shen Hong) x
Dec 61
May 82
Shen Liechu May 82
Oct 85
Sun Youyu(4) x
Nov 65
May 82
( Tao Hengxian) x
Oct 81
May 82
( Wang Ziyi) (5) x
Apr 78
May 82
( Xiang Nan) (6) x
Jul 77
Feb 78
( Xu Binzhou) x
Feb 72
May 80
( Yan Jimin) x
Jul 75
Dec 75
( Yang Diankui) x
Apr 64
Oct 72
Yang Keng x
Nov 73
Aug 85
( Yu Ming) x
Apr 78
Feb 80
Zhang Huaizhong May 78
May 82
Zhang Xiaozeng Apr 78
May 82
Zhao Mingsheng x
May 82
Dec 86

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