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