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Vice Minister of Finance Wang Jun is Secretary General of the China Accounting Standards Committee and was a member of the Standards Advisory Council of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). He holds a PhD in Law from the prestigious Government Administration School, Peking University. In a long and distinguished career in government service which began in 1976, he has held a succession of high-level fiscal and taxation as well as accounting roles within the Ministry of Finance.
In his current role as Vice Minister in China’s Ministry of Finance, Wang Jun participates in drawing up and implementing the nation’s fiscal and taxation policies, programming and reform projects. He is also responsible for administering the social security expenditure in central government, and for the setting and implementing of Chinese accounting and auditing standards.

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Accounting -- China.