Sheng Guangzu

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Sheng Guangzu (盛光祖), Minister of Railways

Sheng Guangzu (盛光祖)

Sheng Guangzu was born in April 1949 in Jiangning, Jiangsu Province. He is a member of the Communist Party of China. After graduating from university, Sheng started his career in 1968. He has successively served as Director and Secretary of the Party Committee of Nanjing and Hangzhou Branch Bureaus of the Shanghai Railway Bureau, followed by the positions of Director and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Jinan Railway Bureau.

In 1994 he became a member of the Leading Party Group and acted as Chief Economic Administrator of the Ministry of Railways.

In 1996 he was the Director of the Political Department and member of the Leading Party Group of the Ministry of Railways, as well as Secretary of the Party Committee of the Administrative Department directly-affiliated to the Ministry of Railways (vice-minister level).

In 1999 he was vice-minister and member of the Leading Party Group of the Ministry of Railways.

In 2000 he became the vice minister of and member of the Leading Party Group of the General Administration of Customs.

In 2002 he acted as vice- secretary of the Leading Party Group as well as vice- minister of the General Administration of Customs.

In 2007 he was the Secretary of the Leading Party Group and vice- minister of the General Administration of Customs (Minister Level).

In March 2008 he was Minister and Secretary of the Leading Party Group of the General Administration of Customs.

In February 2011 he was appointed as Secretary of the Leading Party Group and Minister of Railways. He was removed from his position as Minister of the General Administration of Customs.

Sheng is a member of the 17th CPC Central Committee.