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

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G 66. STATE ECONOMIC COMMISSION

The commission was restored in March 1978. Its functions were greatly expanded in May
1982 with the absorption of several ministries and bureaux in a general re-organization of
the State Council. In April 1988 the commission was abolished with much of its work
being taken up by the State Planning Commission and provincial authorities.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Kang Shi'en) (1) x
Mar 78
Mar 81
( Yuan Baohua) (2) x
Mar 81
May 82
Zhang Jingfu x
May 82
Sep 84
Lu Dong x
Sep 84
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
( Guo Hongtao) (3) x
Oct 78
May 82
Hao Yijun(4) Feb 82
d 1982
Hu Ping x
Sep 87
Apr 88
Li Ruishan x
May 82
Jun 85
Lin Zongtang x
Oct 83
Apr 88
Liu Kun x
Jul 81
Apr 88
( Lu Dong) x
May 82
Sep 84
( Ma Yi) x
Aug 78
Dec 85
Peng Min x
May 82
Apr 88
( Qiu Chunfu) x
Dec 78
May 82
Sheng Shuren x
Jun 85
Apr 88
Wang Lei x
May 82
Jun 85
Xiao Han x
Mar 80
May 82
Xu Liangtu x
Oct 78
May 82
d 1989
Xue Renzong x
Jun 78
May 82
(f) ( Yan Ying) x
Feb 84
Sep 85
Ye Qing x
Sep 86
Apr 88
Yuan Baohua(5) x
May 82
Apr 88
Yue Zhijian(6) x
Apr 79
May 82
Zhang Yanning x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Zhao Weichen x
Jul 83
Jun 87
Zhao Yinhua x
Jul 81
May 82
Zhou Fengming x
Nov 78
Jan 80
d 1980
( Zhu Rongji) x
Aug 83
Jan 88
Secretary-General
( Li Hao) x
Mar 82
Nov 83
Sha Ye Mar 84
Apr 88
Deputy Secretary-General
( Zhang Yanning) x
Jan 82
Jul 83

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