Li Guixian (Chinese: 李贵鲜; born August 1937) is a retired politician of the People's Republic of China, and a governor of People's Bank of China in 1988–1993.[1]

Li is a native of Gaizhou, Liaoning Province. He studied at the Chinese University of Science and Technology in 1959-1960. Next, he studied at the Mendeleev Chemical Technology Institute in Moscow starting in 1960, graduating in 1965.[1]

Li joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1962. He became the secretary of the CCP Liaoning Committee in 1985, and secretary of the CCP Anhui Committee in 1986. In 1988-1993, he served as the governor of the People's Bank of China.


  1. ^ a b "Biography of Li Guixian". China Vitae. Retrieved 28 December 2010.
Government offices Preceded byChen Muhua Governor of the People's Bank of China 1988–1993 Succeeded byZhu Rongji