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

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V 3. 'ECONOMICS DAILY' ('JINGJI RIBAO')

Re-commenced publication following the Cultural Revolution in 1982.

Editor-in-Chief Earliest
Latest
An Gang x
Nov 83
Jan 86
Fan Jingyi Jan 86
Deputy Editors-in-Chief
Luo Kaifu Dec 86
Qi Zhiwen Dec 86
Wang Zhaodong Dec 86
Yang Shangde Dec 86

V 4. 'GUANGMING DAILY'

In continuous publication during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Editor-in-Chief Earliest
Latest
( Yang Xiguang) (1) x
Jul 79
Feb 83
d 1989
( Du Daozheng) x
Feb 83
Apr 87
Yao Xihua(2) Nov 87
Aug 89
Zhang Changhai Aug 89
Deputy Editors-in-Chief
Du Yuekai Apr 77
Aug 82
( Hu Sha) x
Apr 79
Nov 87
Liu Aizhi Aug 82
Nov 87
Lu Zhun Jun 85
Wang Chen Aug 86
( Wang Qianghua) Dec 82
Dec 87
( Wang Yanchang) (3) x
Aug 78
Aug 79
Xu Guangchun Nov 91
Yao Weidou Oct 86
( Yao Xihua) Jun 83
Nov 87
Yin Can May 78
Aug 79
( Zhang Changhai) May 77
Aug 89
Zhou Longbin Nov 91
Assistant Editor-in-Chief
Fang Gongwen Sep 87

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