Former chemical industry vice-minister Li Yongwu has become the chief of the new State Oil and Chemical Bureau. The bureau, under the revamped State Economic and Trade Commission, was established by taking over the government responsibilities of China Petrochemical Corp and China National Petroleum Corp and the now-defunct chemical ministry. Former chemical minister Gu Xiulian was appointed party secretary of All-China Women's Federation. Although the bureau was formed as an effort by Beijing to hive off government intervention from enterprise management, it will continue to manage the state assets of the mainland's biggest film-maker - Lucky Film, which used to be under the auspices of the chemical ministry. The bureau, with a workforce of 90, is responsible for the industry's development, policy and regulation, and management. It has five departments - general office, planning and development, policy and regulation, enterprise reform and finance, and personnel.