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

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N 8. CARPETS IMPORT/EXPORT CORPORATION

Established in February 1986.

General Manager Earliest
Latest
(f) Zhang Han x
Feb 86

N 9. CEREALS, OILS AND FOODSTUFFS IMPORT/EXPORT CORPORATION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

General Manager Earliest
Latest
( Zhang Jianhua) x
Mar 78
May 80
( Wang Pinqing) (1) x
May 80
Mar 82
Cai Maitong May 82
Jun 88
Chen Faxian Jun 88
May 91
Lin Zhongming x
May 91
Deputy General Managers
An Jitao Sep 86
Cai Peikang Nov 85
( Chen Faxian) Jun 79
Jun 88
( Lin Zhongming) x
May 83
May 91
Song Ruizhang Sep 86
Sun Zhenyu x
Sep 86
( Tong Zhiguang) x
Jan 83
Sep 86
Wang Zhiyan Sep 88
Yang Maorong Jan 91
Zhang Ping Nov 77
Nov 85
Zhao Guangli Oct 76
Jan 83
1.
Previously commercial counsellor Romania.

N 10. CHARTERING IMPORT/EXPORT CORPORATION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution,

General Manager Earliest
Latest
Pang Zhijiang x
Sep 74
Apr 81
( Liu Ruoming) x
Apr 81
Nov 85
Li Chuntian x
Nov 85
Sep 88

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