Huang Mengfu

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Huang.
Huang Mengfu
黄孟复
Huang Mengfu at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China 2012.jpg
Huang Mengfu at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China 2012
CPPCC Vice Chairman
Incumbent
Assumed office
November 2003
Personal details
Born January 1944
Chongqing
Nationality Chinese
Political party China Democratic National Construction Association (CDNCA)

Huang Mengfu (simplified Chinese: 黄孟复; traditional Chinese: 黃孟復; pinyin: Huáng Mèngfù) is a vice chairman of the China People's Political Consultative Conference and chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce. He ranks as a national leader of China.

Huang Mengfu is a grandson of former Chinese vice premier Huang Yanpei (Chinese: 黄炎培, 1878–1965) who is regarded the founder of modern vocational education in China.[1] Huang Mengfu was born in Chongqing in January 1944 and grew up in Shanghai and Beijing in his grandfather's household.[2] He is a metallurgical engineer and 1968 graduate of the Beijing Steel and Iron Institute. From 1968 to 1992, he made a career from a normal steel worker to vice director of the Nanjing Iron and Steel Works in Jiangsu. He was appointed vice mayor of Nanjing in 1992 and vice chairman of the Jiangsu People's Congress Standing Committee in 1998. In 2001, he was appointed vice chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, and was appointed chairman of ACFIC in November 2002, replacing Jing Shuping who retired. As a result of his position, he was also appointed vice chairman of the CPPCC in March 2003. He was confirmed for a second five-year term in both positions in November 2007 and March 2008.[3]

Huang is also honorary vice chairman of the Red Cross of China,[4] honorary chairman of the China Employment Promotion Association, and holds leading and honorary positions in a number of other business and philanthropic organizations of China.

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