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

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5.
From August 1988 vice-governor of Hainan.
6.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.
7.
From 1961 to 1966 secretary Beijing university CPC committee.
8.
First identified in this position when indicted for embezzlement and fraud.

G 10. MINISTRY OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in March 1973. Until May 1982 the ministry
was known as the Third Ministry of Machine Building. In April 1988 the ministry was
merged with the ministry of the Astronautics Industry.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Li Jitai) (1) Jan 75
Sep 77
d 1985
( Lu Dong) (2) x
Mar 78
Sep 81
Mo Wenxiang x
Sep 81
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
Chen Shaozhong Feb 79
May 82
Cui Guangwei Jul 80
Mar 85
( Duan Zijun) (3) x
Oct 63
Jan 82
Gao Zhenning x
May 82
Sep 85
Geng Tao(4) Feb 79
d 1979
He Wenzhi x
May 82
Apr 88
Jiang Xiesheng x
Jul 80
Apr 88
Liu Jibin x
Dec 85
Apr 88
( Mo Wenxiang) (5) x
Aug 79
Sep 81
Wang Ang x
Mar 85
Apr 88
Wang Qigong Jun 80
Mar 85
( Wang Zhenqian) 74
Jan 82
Wu Rongfeng(6) Dec 62
Oct 74
d 1974
( Wu Xia) x
May 78
Jan 82
( Xiao Youming) x
Sep 74
Jan 82
( Xu Changyu) Mar 73
Jan 82
Zhang Kongxiu x
Sep 77
May 82
d 1982
( Zhang Liangcheng) May 78
Jan 82
d 1983
( Zhao Jianmin) x
Jun 80
Jan 82
( Zhu Dixin) May 78
Jan 82
Chief Adviser
Zhao Jianmin x
Jan 82
Mar 85
Advisers
Duan Zijun x
Jan 82
Mar 85

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