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

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Deputy Directors
Liang Changwu x
Sep 78
Feb 79
Liu Kun x
Aug 78
Feb 79
Wang Bang Oct 78
Feb 79
Wang Bin x
Oct 78
Feb 79
Yang Jue(2) x
Aug 78
Feb 79
Yang Yansen x
Aug 78
Feb 79
d 1991
1.
From 1957 to 1967 vice-minister of Forestry.
2.
From 1965 to 1966 vice-minister State Economic Commission.

H 32. STATE GENERAL EXCHANGE CONTROL BUREAU

First identified in December 1980, the bureau was absorbed by the ministry of Foreign
Economic Relations and Trade in August 1982.

Director Earliest
Latest
Bu Ming x
Dec 80
Aug 82
Deputy Directors
Chang Yanqing x
Mar 81
Aug 82
Jiang Wengui x
Mar 81
Aug 82
d 1989

H 33. STATE GEOLOGY BUREAU

Until 1973 this bureau was part of the State Planning Commission. The bureau was
established in May 1973, with its status upgraded to ministry level in September 1979.

Director Earliest
Latest
( Sun Daguang) (1) x
Nov 75
Sep 79
Deputy Directors
Li Xuan(2) x
Jul 77
Sep 79
Zhang Tongyu x
Jul 77
Sep 79
Adviser
Song Ying(3) x
Nov 75
d 1975

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