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

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Previously vice-governor of Sichuan.Dismissed in June 1987 because of alleged mismanagement of disastrous forest fires in North-East China.
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Dismissed in June 1987 because of alleged mismanagement of disastrous forest fires in North-East China.
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From 1958 to 1968 chairman Ningxia Regional Government.
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From 1965 to 1968 vice-minister State Economic Commission.
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From 1965 to 1967 vice-minister of this ministry.

D 14. MINISTRY OF GEOLOGY AND MINERALS

In September 1979 the status of this organization was raised from State Council bureau to
ministerial level. Until May 1982 it was styled as the ministry of Geology.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Sun Daguang(1) x
Sep 79
Aug 85
Zhu Xun x
Aug 85
Vice-Ministers
Cheng Yuqi x
Sep 80
May 82
(Fang Zhangshun) x
Sep 86
Aug 88
Li Jianping x
Nov 79
May 82
( Sai Feng) Apr 81
May 82
Song Ruixiang(2) x
Oct 89
Tan Shenping x
Jun 80
May 82
(Wen Jiabao) x
Oct 83
Oct 85
Xia Guozhi x
May 82
Jul 90
Zhang Hongren Sep 86
(Zhang Tongyu) x
Nov 79
Feb 84
Zhang Wenju(3) Nov 85
Zhang Wenyue x
Jul 90
(Zhu Xun)(4) x
May 82
Aug 85
Chief Engineers
Cheng Yuqi x
Jan 84
Zhang Bingxi Aug 84
(Zhang Hongren) Aug 84
Sep 86
Advisers
Sai Feng Dec 82
Zhang Tongyu x
Feb 84

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