China Chiefs of State 2014


China Chiefs of State 2014

  • Pres. XI Jinping
  • Vice Pres. LI Yuanchao
  • Premier, State Council LI Keqiang
  • Executive Vice Premier, State Council ZHANG Gaoli
  • Vice Premier, State Council LIU Yandong
  • Vice Premier, State Council WANG Yang
  • Vice Premier, State Council MA Kai
  • State Councilor, State Council YANG Jing
  • State Councilor, State Council CHANG Wanquan
  • State Councilor, State Council YANG Jiechi
  • State Councilor, State Council GUO Shengkun
  • State Councilor, State Council WANG Yong
  • Sec. Gen., State Council YANG Jing
  • Chmn., Central Military Commission XI Jinping
  • Chmn., National Development & Reform Commission XU Shaoshi
  • Min. in Charge of the State Population & Family Planning Commission LI Bin
  • Min. in Charge of the State Ethnic Affairs Commission WANG Zhengwei
  • Min. of Agriculture HAN Changfu
  • Min. of Civil Affairs LI Liguo
  • Min. of Commerce GAO Hucheng
  • Min. of Culture CAI Wu
  • Min. of Education YUAN Guiren
  • Min. of Environmental Protection ZHOU Shengxian
  • Min. of Finance LOU Jiwei
  • Min. of Foreign Affairs WANG Yi
  • Min. of Housing & Urban-Rural Development JIANG Weixin
  • Min. of Human Resources & Social Security YIN Weimin
  • Min. of Industry & Information Technology MIAO Wei
  • Min. of Justice WU Aiying
  • Min. of Land & Resources JIANG Daming
  • Min. of National Defense CHANG Wanquan
  • Min. of Public Security GUO Shengkun
  • Min. of Science & Technology WAN Gang
  • Min. of State Security GENG Huichang
  • Min. of Supervision HUANG Shuxian
  • Min. of Transportation YANG Chuantang
  • Min. of Water Resources CHEN Lei
  • Auditor Gen., National Audit Office LIU Jiayi
  • Governor, People's Bank of China ZHOU Xiaochuan
  • Ambassador to the US CUI Tiankai
  • Permanent Representative to the UN, New York LIU Jieyi
  • Hong Kong (Special Admin. Region of the People's Republic of China)
    Chief Executive LEUNG Chun-ying
  • Chief Sec. for Admin. Carrie LAM Cheng Yuet-ngor
  • Sec. for Civil Service Paul TANG Kwok-wai
  • Sec. for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory SO Kam-leung
  • Sec. for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond TAM Chi-yuen
  • Sec. for Development Paul CHAN Mo-po
  • Sec. for Education Eddie NG Hak-kim
  • Sec. for Environment WONG Kam-sing
  • Sec. for Finance John TSANG Chun-wah
  • Sec. for Financial Services & the Treasury K. C. CHAN Ka-keung
  • Sec. for Food & Health KO Wing-man, Dr.
  • Sec. for Home Affairs TSANG Tak-sing
  • Sec. for Justice Rimsky YUEN Kwok-keung
  • Sec. for Labor & Welfare Matthew CHEUNG Kin-chung
  • Sec. for Security LAI Tung-kwok
  • Sec. for Transport & Housing Anthony CHEUNG Bing-leung
  • Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Norman CHAN Tak-lam
  • Chief Justice Geoffrey MA Tao-li
  • Pres., Legislative Council Jasper TSANG Yok-sing
  • Commissioner of Police TSANG Wai-hung
  • Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption Simon PEH Yun-lu
  • Director of Audit David SUN Tak-kei
  • Macau (Special Admin. Region of the People's Republic of China)
    Chief Executive Fernando CHUI Sai-on
  • Sec. for Admin. & Justice Florinda Da Rosa Silva CHAN
  • Sec. for Economics & Finance Francis TAM Pak-yuen
  • Sec. for Security CHEONG Kuoc Va
  • Sec. for Social Affairs & Culture CHEONG U
  • Sec. for Transport & Public Works LAU Si Io
  • Procurator Gen. HO Chio Meng
  • Pres., Court of Final Appeal SAM Hou Fai
  • Pres., Legislative Council LAU Cheok Va
  • Commissioner, Audit HO Veng On
  • Commissioner, Independent Commission Against Corruption FONG Man Chong

  • NOTE: 1) The information regarding China on this page is re-published from the 2014 World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of China Chiefs of State 2014 information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about China Chiefs of State 2014 should be addressed to the CIA.
    2) The rank that you see is the CIA reported rank, which may habe the following issues:
      a) They assign increasing rank number, alphabetically for countries with the same value of the ranked item, whereas we assign them the same rank.
      b) The CIA sometimes assignes counterintuitive ranks. For example, it assigns unemployment rates in increasing order, whereas we rank them in decreasing order

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