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

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X 12. ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

Established in February 1979.

President Earliest
Latest
Yuan Baohua x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Zhang Yanning x
Oct 88
Vice-Presidents
Chen Bingquan x
85
Oct 88
Chen Yu x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Cheng Lianchang x
Oct 88
Deng Cunlun x
Feb 79
Oct 88
d 1991
Fang Weizhong x
85
Oct 88
Hu Linyun(1) Feb 79
Oct 88
Li Boyong x
Oct 88
Li Dongjiang Apr 89
Liu Zhongli x
Oct 88
Ma Hong x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Pan Chenglie Dec 88
Sun Youyu x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Xue Renzong x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Ye Lin(2) x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Ye Qing x
Oct 88
Zhang Huaisan(3) Feb 79
Oct 88
d 1993
Zhou Bi (3) Feb 79
Oct 88
Advisers
An Zhiwen x
Oct 88
Deng Liqun x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Lu Dong x
Oct 88
Yuan Baohua x
Oct 88
Secretary-General
( Zhang Yanning) x
Feb 79
Oct 88
Deputy Secretary-General
Ji Chongwei x
Feb 79
1.
From December 1978 vice-president People's University of China.
2.
From December 1979 vice-mayor of Beijing.
3.
From July 1985 vice-chairman Shanghai CPPCC.

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