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

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Deputy Directors
Li Zhifang Jun 83
Mar 93
(f) Liu Che x
Jun 79
Mar 93
Zheng Shiguang Jun 88
Mar 93
1.
Previously deputy secretary Changzhou CPC committee and head of its Textiles administration.
2.
Formerly a model worker in a Shandong textile factory.
3.
From 1957 to 1958 vice-minister of Food.
4.
From 1955 to 1958 vice-governor of Liaoning.
5.
Previously vice-mayor of Hubei's Sha city.
6.
Textile engineer.

G 57. MINISTRY OF URBAN AND RURAL CONSTRUCTION AND THE
EVNIRONMENT

Established in May 1982. In April 1988 the ministry was in part absorbed by the newly‐
established ministry of Construction.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Li Ximing) x
May 82
Jul 84
( Rui Xingwen) x
Jul 84
Jul 85
Ye Rutang(1) x
Nov 85
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
Chu Chuanheng x
Oct 83
Apr 88
Dai Nianci x
May 82
Feb 86
d 1991
Lian Zhong x
Mar 83
Apr 88
( Xiao Tong) x
May 82
Feb 86
Xie Beiyi x
May 82
Oct 82
d 1982
Yang Shen Feb 86
Apr 88
Zhou Ganzhi x
Feb 86
Apr 88
Chief Engineer
Xu Ronglie Jan 86
Apr 88
Advisers
Cao Hongtao Dec 82
Apr 88
Li Jingzhao x
May 82
Apr 84
Tao Baokai(2) Jun 85
Apr 88
Xiao Tong x
May 86
Apr 88

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