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State Post Bureau

State Post Bureau

Agency overview
Formed 1949

Superseding agency State Post Bureau of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
Jurisdiction People's Republic of China
Headquarters Beijing
Agency executives Ma Junsheng, Director General
Sheng Huiping, Deputy Director-General
Parent agency Ministry of Transport
Child agency China Post
State Post Bureau
Simplified Chinese 国家邮政局
Traditional Chinese 國家郵政局

The State Post Bureau is the government agency that regulates China Post, the postal service of the People's Republic of China.[1][2][3] The agency used to report to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The agency has been annexed by the Ministry of Transport.[4] The bureau is headed by the Director General. The current Director General is Ma Junsheng.[5]

Its responsibilities includes protecting state interests and consumer rights, the development of the national postal network and universal postal delivery services.[6]

The SPB has post bureaus in all the administrative divisions of the country which serve as public utility enterprises.


  • Administration 1
    • Management 1.1
    • Departmental structure 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



The agency is directed by a Director General and four Deputy Directors General.[5]
Position Name Chinese
Director-General Mr. MA Junsheng 马军胜
Deputy Director-General Mrs. SHENG Huiping 盛汇萍
Deputy Director-General Mr. XU Jianzhou 徐建洲
Deputy Director-General Mr. SU He 苏和
Deputy Director-General Mr. WANG Yuci 王渝次

Departmental structure

The agency is organized into the following departments.[7]

  • Department of General Affairs (Department of External Affairs)
  • Department of Policies and Legal Affairs
  • Department of Universal Services
  • Department of Market Supervision & Inspection
  • Department of Personnel
  • Discipline Inspection Office and Supervision Bureau
  • Administrative Service Center

See also


  1. ^ "Administration will 'integrate' transport".  
  2. ^ "Introduction to China Post Group ChinaPost postal saving EMS". China Post. 2012. Retrieved November 3, 2012. 
  3. ^
  4. ^ "Institutional restructuring of gov't revs up overall reform". 2008-03-16. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  5. ^ a b "Top Officials of the State Post Bureau".  
  6. ^ "China Factfile: State Post Bureau". Official web portal of the Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China. 2005-09-15. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  7. ^ "Departments and Their Functions:".  

External links

  • State Post Bureau Official Website
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