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

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Nuclear Power Bureau
Director
Ma Fubang Aug 86
Apr 88
Safety and Health Bureau
No officials identified.
First Bureau
Director
(f) ( Zhang Chen) x
May 82
May 82
South-West China Reactor Engineering Research Institute
No officials identified.
1.
In December 1979 appointed vice-governor of Sichuan.
2.
From 1961 to 1967 vice-minister of this ministry.
3.
Did not hold this post between February and May 1986.

G 47. MINISTRY OF THE ORDNANCE INDUSTRY

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in January 1975. Until May 1982 the ministry
was known as the fifth ministry of Machine Building. Abolished in December 1986 with
the establishment of the State Machine Building Commission which took over its functions.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Li Chengfang) (1) x
Jan 75
Oct 77
d 1984
( Zhang Zhen) x
Mar 78
May 82
Yu Yi x
May 82
Jun 85
Zou Jiahua x
Jun 85
Dec 86
Vice-Ministers
Di Zicai x
Feb 80
Sep 81
Lai Jinlie x
May 81
Dec 86
Li Liqing May 82
Dec 86
( Li Yutang) (2) Jan 66
May 82
d 1984
Pang Tianyi May 82
Dec 86
Tang Zhongwen x
Jun 80
Dec 86
Wang Chuan x
Apr 78
May 82
d 1985
Wang Li (2) x
Jan 66
May 82

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