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

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Personnel Department
Director
( Wang Kezhong) Feh 85
Sep 86
Zuo Tingchao Apr 89
Publicity Department
Director
( Sun Fang) Sep 72
Sep 81
Xie Jianqun Feh 85
Sep 91
Liu Deyou Sep 91
Technical Exchange Department
Director
( Li Zhaoli) Mar 75
Feh 85
1.
In December 1981 identified commercial counsellor Switzerland.
2.
Subsequently chairman Patent agency CCPIT in Xianggang.
3.
In April 1978 identified commercial counsellor Philippines.
4.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in March 1973.
5.
Subsequently head Trade office South Korea.
6.
'Crossed over' from Taiwan in December 1972.

N 2. CHINA INTERNATIONAL TRUST AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION

Established in July 1979.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
Rong Yiren(1) x
Jul 79
Vice-Chairmen
Bi Jichang x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Jin Deqin x
Jul 86
Lei Renmin(2) x
Oct 79
Jun 83
( Min Yu) x
Aug 88
Jan 90
Tang Ke x
Oct 85
Jan 90
Wei Mingyi x
Jan 90
Xiong Xianghui x
Jun 83
Jan 90
Xu Zhaolong x
Oct 86
Yang Guangqi x
Jan 90

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