Xiong Jun

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Xiong Jun
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Occupation President
Employer Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange
Website http://english.czce.com.cn

Xiong Jun is a Chinese exchange executive who serves as the president of the Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange.[1] He is also the secretary of the Communist Party of China, or CPC.[2]

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  1. Milestone. Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange.
  2. Leaders Team. Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange.
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