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

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North China Administration
Director
Yin Ganting Feb 91
East China Administration
Director
Gao Shichang Mar 89
Feb 92
Yin Wenlong Feb 92
1.
From 1981 deputy commander airforce Shenyang Military Region.
2.
First re-identified in this position since the Cultural Revolution in March 1978.
3.
First re-identified in this position since the Cultural Revolution in July 1973.
4.
Previously director CAAC Lanzhou branch.
5.
Previously director CAAC Beijing branch.
6.
Before the Cultural Revolution political commissar Airforce. Relinquished this post because of illness some time in 1977.
7.
From 1965 to 1967 director Political department Airforce.
8.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.
9.
Subsequently director CAAC Beijing branch.
10.
Identified as a former deputy director in his NCNA obituary.
11.
In April 1980 identified director CAAC Paris branch.

F 9. COMMODITY INSPECTION AND TESTING BUREAU

Established in June 1974.

Director Earliest
Latest
Zhang Ming Jun 74
Feb 77
Wang Jiu'an Feb 84
Jun 88
Zhu Zhenyuan Jun 88
Mar 91
Wang Jiu'an(1) Mar 91
Deputy Directors
Ge Zhirong May 89
(f) Lu Baoyong Jul 90
Wang Zhiming Jun 74
Jan 75
Zhang Xunzhu x
Feb 90
Zhen Chengshou Sep 86
Feb 90
( Zhu Zhenyuan) Jan 87
Jun 88
1.
Between appointments as director, commercial counsellor Singapore.

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