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

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( Yu Yi) x
Apr 78
May 82
Zhang Liankui(3) x
Oct 63
Apr 78
d 1978
Advisers
Li Yutang May 82
Feb 84
d 1984
Zhang Zhen x
May 82
Apr 84
Zhao Fenpu Feb 84
Dec 86
Science and Technology Committee
Chairman
Wang Li x
May 82
Mar 84
Yang Yintong Mar 84
Dec 86
Cadres Bureau
Director
He Yong x
85
Dec 86
Research Institute
Chief Engineer
Zhang Xianglin Jun 79
Dec 86
1.
From 1964 to 1968 responsible person Kunming Military Region.
2.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in October 1978.
3.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in January 1977.

G 48. MINISTRY OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

This ministry was absorbed by the newly-established ministry of Fuel and Chemicals
Industries in November 1970.

Vice-Ministers Earliest
Latest
Sun Xiaofeng x
Feb 65
Nov 70
Tang Ke x
Feb 65
Nov 70
Xu Jinqiang x
Apr 63
Nov 70
d 1976

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