Hu Lijiao

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Hu Lijiao (Chinese: 胡立教) (December 1914 – July 3, 2006) was a People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Ji'an, Jiangxi Province. He was the 3rd governor of the People's Bank of China (1964–1966) and the 1st Chairman of the People's Standing Congress of Henan Province (1979–1981) and 2nd Chairman of the People's Standing Congress of Shanghai (1981–1988).

Preceded by
Cao Juru
Governor of the People's Bank of China
1964–1966
Succeeded by
Vacant until 1973, next held by Chen Xiyu
Preceded by
New office
Chairman of the People's Congress of Henan
1979–1981
Succeeded by
Liu Jie
Preceded by
Yan Youmin
Chairman of the People's Congress of Shanghai
1981–1988
Succeeded by
Ye Gongqi