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Biography Revised: 3/1/2013
Career Data Updated: 3/1/2013

PHOTO: Zeng Peiyan
Zeng Peiyan 曾培炎
Chanirman of the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE)
Born: 1938

Biography

Zeng Peiyan, male, Han nationality, is a native of Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. He was born in 1938, graduated from Tsinghua University and joined the CPC in 1978.

Zeng worked for 20 years for the First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry. In 1982, he was dispatched to the United States to serve in the Commercial Counsel's Office of the Chinese Embassy. He returned to China in 1984 to serve in the Ministry of Electronics Industry. Over the next 18 years, he served in several leadership roles in key economic and planning organizations.

Zeng was an alternate member of the 14th CPC Central Committee and a member of the 15th CPC Central Committee. He was also a member of the 16th CPC Central Committee and its Politburo. He served as vice-premier of the State Council from 2003-2008. Zeng is now Chairman of the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE.

Career Data

2008— Chairman, China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE)
2003—2008 Vice-Premier, State Council
2002—2007 Member, 16th CPC, Central Committee, Politburo
2002—2007 Member, 16th CPC, Central Committee
2001—2002 Head, Leading Group for Western China Development
2001—2002 Secretary, State Leading Group for Information CPC, Leading Party Group
2001—2002 Director, State Leading Group for Information
2000—2001 Director, Leading Group for Western China Development
1998—2000 Deputy Director, Three Gorges Project Construction Committee
1998—2002 Secretary, National Development and Reform Commission CPC, Leading Party Group
1997—2002 Member, 15th CPC, Central Committee
1994—2003 Minister, National Development and Reform Commission
1993—1998 Deputy Secretary, National Development and Reform Commission CPC, Leading Party Group
1992— Deputy Secretary-General, Central Economic and Financial Leading Group
1992—1994 Vice-Minister, National Development and Reform Commission
1992—1997 Alternate Member, 14th CPC, Central Committee
1991—1992 Member, China National Electronics Industrial Corporation CPC, Leading Party Group
1991—1992 Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Machine-Building and Electronics Industry CPC, Leading Party Group
1989 Student, CPC, Central Committee, Central Party School
1988—1991 Member, Ministry of Machine-Building and Electronics Industry CPC, Leading Party Group
1988—1992 Vice-Minister, Ministry of Machine-Building and Electronics Industry
1987—1988 Member, Ministry of Electronics Industry CPC, Leading Party Group
1987—1988 Vice-Minister, Ministry of Electronics Industry
1984—1988 Director-General, Ministry of Electronics Industry, Planning and Construction Department
1984—1987 Head, Ministry of Electronics Industry, Planning and Construction Department, General Office
1982—1984 First Secretary, Chinese Embassy, Commercial Counselor's Office United States of America
1982—1984 Second Secretary, Chinese Embassy, Commercial Counselor's Office United States of America
1978 Joined, CPC
1965—1982 Deputy Chief Engineer, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Xi'an Rectifier Institute
1965—1982 Deputy Head, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Xi'an Rectifier Institute
1965—1982 Group Leader, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Xi'an Rectifier Institute
1964—1965 Group Leader, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Xi'an Switch and Rectifier Factory, Rectifier Research Office
1964—1965 Technician, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Xi'an Switch and Rectifier Factory, Rectifier Research Office
1962—1964 Chief, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Shanghai Electrical Appliances Institute, Research Project Group
1962—1964 Technician, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry, Shanghai Electrical Appliances Institute
1962 Graduate, Tsinghua University Beijing Municipality
1956—1962 Student, Tsinghua University, Radio Engineering Department Beijing Municipality


Recent Travel & Appearances

10 Jun 15 Travelled to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
BFA lauches expert committee in Kuala Lumpur
01 Mar 13 Travelled to Taiwan, Taipei
Zeng Peiyan: as world economy slowly recovers, #Taiwan and #China need to address new challenges together
28 Feb 13 Travelled to Taiwan, Taipei and met with the following:
Lien Chan (Honorary Chairman of the Kuomintang (KMT))
Mainland #China, #Taiwan expect deeper economic cooperation
08 Dec 12 Former Chinese vice premier Zeng Peiyan appointed President of World Bridge Federation Congress
21 Jun 11 Former vice premier hails CPC's role in reform and opening-up
25 Apr 11 Travelled to Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou City
Former Chinese vice premier urges closer cooperation among China, Japan, ROK
11 Feb 10 Hu Jintao and other senior Party and government officials visited a number of former leaders and extended their best wishes to them, ahead of the Lunar New Year.
01 Oct 09 Hu Jintao addressed the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
30 Sep 09 Wen Jiabao and top leaders attended a grand reception to mark the founding anniversary of the People's Republic.
28 Sep 09 Hu Jintao and other top leaders watched a large-scale musical epic.

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