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Guo Shuqing

Guo Shuqing
Guo Shuqing at 2008 World Economic Forum on Latin America
Governor of Shandong
Assumed office
March 2013
Party Secretary Jiang Yikang
Preceded by Jiang Daming
Personal details
Born August 1956 (age 58)
Ulanqab, Inner Mongolia, China
Nationality Chinese
Political party Communist Party of China
Residence Jinan, Shandong
Alma mater Nankai University
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Occupation Banker, politician

Guo Shuqing (Chinese: 郭树清; born 1956) is a Chinese politician and former business executive. He is the Governor and Deputy Party Secretary of Shandong province.

Guo spent most of his career in the finance industry. He formerly served as Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), Chairman of China Construction Bank, Vice-Governor of the People's Bank of China and Vice-Governor of Guizhou Province as well as the director of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange.


Guo Shuqing is a native of Ulanqab City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. He was born in 1956 and graduated from Nankai University.

Guo worked at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences prior to becoming deputy head of the State Council's General Affairs Group of the Economic Research Center. In 1995, he began to serve in several capacities on various state commissions involved with economic restructuring. In 2001, he became director of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange.

He was Secretary of the CPC Committee of China Construction Bank and an alternate member of the 17th CPC Central Committee.[1]


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