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China's Cabinet announces appointments, dismissals of officials

(Xinhua)

10:40, September 15, 2011

BEIJING, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- The State Council, or China's Cabinet, announced Thursday the appointment of six senior officials while three others were stood down.

According to a State Council statement, Han Wenxiu was appointed as vice director of the Research Office of the State Council.

Tuo Zhen was appointed as vice president of the Xinhua News Agency. Chen Wenhui was appointed as vice director of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission.

Chen Fanglei was appointed chairman of the Board of Supervisors for Key State-Owned Financial Organizations. Yu Gesheng and Shen Xiaonan were appointed as vice chairpersons of the National Council for the Social Security Fund.

The Cabinet ended Yu Zaiqing's post as deputy head of the State General Administration of Sport, Wei Yingning's post as vice director of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, and Wei Lijiang's post as chairman of the Board of Supervisors for Key State-Owned Financial Organizations.

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