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

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G 39. MINISTRY OF LIGHT INDUSTRY

Established in March 1978 as a result of the division of the former ministry of Light
Industry's functions. Abolished in March 1993.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Liang Lingguang) (1) x
Mar 78
Nov 80
Song Jiwen x
Sep 81
May 82
Yang Bo x
May 82
Apr 87
Zeng Xianlin x
Apr 87
Mar 93
Acting Minister
( Song Jiwen) x
Mar 81
Sep 81
Vice-Ministers
Cao Lu x
Mar 78
Mar 78
d 1978
( Chen Shineng) (2) x
Oct 84
Jan 93
( Du Ziduan) x
Jun 78
Sep 80
Duan Cunhua May 92
Mar 93
( Han Peixin) x
Jun 78
Oct 81
He Zhihua x
Oct 79
Nov 85
Ji Long May 82
Nov 85
Kang Zhonglun (3) x
Nov 85
Oct 91
d 1991
(f) Pan Beilei Sep 90
Mar 93
( Qiao Mingfu) x
81
Feb 84
( Song Jiwen) (4) x
Jun 80
Mar 81
Wang Jiwen Jun 81
May 82
Wang Wenzhe Feb 81
Apr 88
Wang Yizhi x
May 78
May 82
(f) Xia Zhixu x
Aug 78
May 82
d 1988
Xiao Yongding x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Xie Xinhe x
May 78
Dec 79
d 1979
Xu Rongkai Jul 91
Mar 93
Xu Yunbei x
Jan 82
May 82
Yang Yushan Feb 82
May 82
Yu Jianting x
May 78
May 82
Yu Zhen x
Nov 85
Chief Engineer
You Xin May 89
Mar 93
Advisers
Qiao Mingfu x
Feb 84
Mar 93
Wang Yizhi x
Feb 84
Mar 93

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