Yu Mingtao

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Yu.

Yu Mingtao (Chinese: 于明涛; born 1918) was a politician of the People's Republic of China. He was the first Auditor General of National Audit Office of the People's Republic of China. He also served as governor of Shaanxi Province, and president of China Audit Society.

Born in Shen County, Hebei Province, he joined Communist Party of China in November 1936. After Lushan Conference in 1959, together with Hua Guofeng, he was elected as secretary in the secretariat of CPC Hunan committee. He was promoted to a standing committee member of CPC Hunan committee and director of economics commission of Hunan, in charge of industry, transportation and trade.

Since 1961, Yu had served as a standing committee member of CPC center-south bureau and director of its finance and trading commission, secretary of CPC Guangzhou municipal committee, vice director of Guangzhou municipal revolutionary commission, and governor of Shaanxi.

In 1983, Yu was appointed as first Auditor General of newly founded National Audit Office.

He was a member of 11th and 12th Central Committee of Communist Party of China. He also was a member of 13th Central Advisory Commission.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Wang Renzhong
Governor of Shaanxi
Succeeded by
Li Qingwei
Preceded by
Auditor General of China
Succeeded by
Lü Peijian