Zhang Mao, male, Han nationality, is a native of Juye, Shandong province. He was born in 1954, joined the CPC in 1973, and holds a master's degree in law. He is a senior economic administrator. Zhang Mao began his career at the Beijing Glass Factory, where he held leading Party positions. Subsequently he held Party posts in the Haidian district of Beijing.
He was elected vice-mayor of Beijing in 1998. As vice-mayor, Zhang was responsible for restructuring the economy of the city, foreign trade, foreign affairs, personnel, cultural issues, and health care issues.
In 2006, Zhang Mao became vice-chairman of the State Development and Reform Commission. In 2009 he became Secretary of the CPC Leading Party Group of the Ministry of Health.
He is now a member of the 18th CPC Central Committee and in 2013 he became Director of State Administration of Industry and Commerce.
|2013—||Director, State Administration of Industry and Commerce|
|2012—||Member, 18th CPC, Central Committee|
|2009—2013||Secretary, Ministry of Health CPC, Leading Party Group|
|2006—2013||Vice-Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission|
|1998—2006||Vice-Mayor, People's Government Beijing Municipality|
|Director, Experimental Zone for the Development of New Technological Industries Beijing Municipality|
|Assistant Mayor, People's Government Beijing Municipality|
|Executive Deputy Head, People's Government Beijing, Haidian District|
|Deputy Secretary, CPC, District Committee Beijing, Haidian District|
|Deputy Director, Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation Committee Beijing Municipality|
|Member, Beijing No. 1 Light Industry Corporation CPC, Party Committee, Standing Committee Beijing Municipality|
|Deputy Manager, Beijing No. 1 Light Industry Corporation Beijing Municipality|
|Secretary, Beijing Glass Factory CPC, Party Committee Beijing Municipality|
|Deputy Secretary, Beijing Glass Factory CPC, Party Committee Beijing Municipality|
|Deputy Director, Beijing Glass Factory Beijing Municipality|