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

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Metal Materials Bureau
Director
Zhu Desheng Dec 89
Mar 93
Planning Bureau
Dong Shaoshun Feb 89
Mar 93
Policy and Legislation Bureau
Director
Xie Minggan Oct 88
Mar 93
Supply Management Bureau
Director
( Ma Yimin) x
Apr 89
Apr 90
1.
Previously vice-governor of Fujian.

G 46. MINISTRY OF THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY

The first post-Cultural Revolution reference was in January 1975. Until May 1982 the
ministry was known as the second ministry of Machine Building. In April 1988 the
ministry became party of the newly-established ministry of Energy Resources.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Liu Xiyao) (1) x
Jan 75
Sep 76
Liu Wei(2) x
Mar 78
May 82
(f) Zhang Chen x
May 82
Jun 83
Jiang Xinxiong x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
Chen Zhaobo Feb 84
Apr 88
Huang Qitao x
Jul 87
Apr 88
( Jiang Xinxiong) x
May 82
Jun 83
( Jiang Shengjie) x
Feb 80
May 82
d 1992
Li Dingfan May 86
Apr 88
Li Jue x
Sep 75
May 82
d 1987
Liu Shulin May 82
Sep 85
Wang Ganchang x
Jun 79
May 82

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