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

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Deputy General Managers
Gao Zhufeng x
May 78
Kang Li x
May 89
Le Tianxiang Apr 89
Li Enke May 83
( Liu Fulin) May 83
Apr 89
( Liu Ruoming) x
Sep 74
Apr 81
( Liu Yunqing) x
Feb 74
May 83
Liu Zhenhua Apr 74
May 83
Lu Zhongren Sep 88
( Ping Jian) x
Apr 81
Feb 88
Sun Zhenhua x
Jun 79
Wang Changbing Apr 89
Wang Houxian x
Sep 88
Wu Bingze x
May 83
May 89
Adviser
Liu Yunqing x
May 83

N 20. INSTRUMENTS IMPORT/EXPORT CORPORATION

Established in January 1980.

General Manager Earliest
Latest
Wang Zhongyuan Jan 80
Sep 86
Zhang Baohe Sep 86
Feb 91
Yue Jixian x
Feb 91
Sep 91
Zhou Mingchen x
Sep 91
Deputy General Managers
Chen Jianbang Apr 81
Cui Yubin Apr 81
Gao Xi Sep 91
Gu Bingjie May 83
Sep 91
Han Lifu May 83
Sep 88
Li Shifang Sep 86
Li Youxiu Sep 91
( Wang Baoxuan) x
Apr 81
May 83
Wang Wenzhi Sep 88
Yang Xuewu Sep 91
( Yue Jixian) x
Apr 81
Feb 91
Zhang Hanchen Sep 86

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