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

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Transport and Sales Bureau
Director
Zhang Huiwen Sep 86
Apr 88
1.
From 1959 to 1961 vice-minister of this ministry.
2.
Mining engineer.
3.
From 1956 to 1958 vice-minister State Economic Commission.
4.
From 1960 to 1966 vice-minister of Forestry.
5.
From 1960 to 1962 vice-minister of this ministry.
6.
From 1957 to 1967 vice-minister of this ministry.
7.
From 1966 to 1967 vice-minister of this ministry.
8.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.

G 17. MINISTRY OF COMMERCE

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in 1970 although no officials were identified
until 1972. In March 1982 the ministry expanded its functions by incorporating the
ministry of Food and the All-China Federation of Supply and Marketing Co-operatives.
The latter became an independent organization once more in 1985. The ministry was
absorbed by the newly-established ministry of Internal Trade in March 1993.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Fan Ziyu) (1) x
Dec 72
Oct 77
( Wang Lei) (2) x
Mar 78
Jul 78
( Yao Yilin) (3) x
Aug 78
Feb 79
( Wang Lei) x
Feb 79
Mar 82
( Liu Yi) x
Mar 82
Apr 88
Hu Ping x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
An Faqian(4) x
May 76
Jun 80
Bai Meiqing x
Jul 90
Mar 93
Duan Shiqi(5) Feb 81
d 1981
Fu Limin x
Jan 88
Mar 93
Gao Xiu(6) x
Apr 64
Mar 82
( Guo Jinwu) x
Jun 80
Mar 82
He Jihai(7) Jan 85
Mar 93
Ji Ming x
Mar 82
Jan 88
Jiang Xi x
Mar 82
Jan 88
( Liu Yi) x
77
Mar 82
Ma Lisheng x
Nov 92
Mar 93
Pan Yao x
Mar 82
Dec 90
Ren Quansheng (6) Apr 64
Mar 82

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