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

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G 55. MINISTRY OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The ministry was amalgamated with the first and second ministries of Light Industry in
July 1970 as part of a general reduction in the number of ministries.

Vice-Ministers Earliest
Latest
Chen Weiji x
Oct 49
Jul 70
d 1984
Qian Zhiguang x
Oct 49
Jul 70

G 56. MINISTRY OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY

Restored in March 1978 following the division of the ministry of Light Industry. Abolished
in March 1993.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Qian Zhiguang) x
Mar 78
Mar 81
(f) ( Hao Jianxiu) x
Mar 81
Mar 83
(f) ( Wu Wenying) (1) x
Mar 83
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
Chen Weiji x
Apr 78
Mar 82
d 1984
Du Yuzhou Nov 85
Mar 93
(f) ( Hao Jianxiu) (2) x
Mar 78
Mar 81
He Zhengzhang Mar 82
Apr 88
d 1991
( Hu Ming) (3) Jun 78
Mar 82
Ji Guobiao x
Jan 85
Mar 93
( Jiao Shanmin) x
Nov 78
Nov 80
Li Tao(4) Mar 79
Dec 80
( Li Zhengguang) x
Jul 78
Mar 82
Liu Heng(5) Sep 90
Mar 93
Shou Hanqing Aug 81
Mar 82
d 1991
Wang Ruiting Sep 79
Sep 85
Wang Zengjing(6) May 88
Mar 93
Xie Hongsheng Feb 79
Mar 82
Chief Engineer
Gong Sumin Apr 87
Mar 93
Advisers
Hu Ming Feb 84
Mar 93
Li Zhengguang x
Feb 84
Mar 93
Li Zhuping Feh 84
Mar 93

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