Tie Ying

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Tie Ying (1916 – February 6, 2009) was a People's Republic of China politician and People's Liberation Army major general. He was born in Nanle County, Henan Province. He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Zhejiang Province (1977) as well as governor of Zhejiang.

Peoples Liberation Army combined military forces of the Peoples Republic of China

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Nanle County is a county in the north of Henan province, China, bordering the provinces of Hebei and Shandong to the north and east, respectively. It is the northernmost county-level division of Puyang City.

Preceded by
Tan Qilong
Communist Party Chief of Zhejiang
Succeeded by
Wang Fang
Preceded by
Tan Qilong
Governor of Zhejiang
Succeeded by
Li Fengping

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