China appoints new industry minister - report


BEIJING, Dec 26 (Reuters) - China has appointed Miao Wei, a former automobile executive, as its new industry minister, replacing Li Yizhong, financial website reported late on Saturday. Miao, 55, was former chief of state auto maker Dongfeng Motor Group , before becoming vice-minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in 2008. In his last speech industry minister, Li, 65, said on Saturday that China aimed for annual growth in factory output of around 11 ...

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