Constituent departments of the State Council

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The constituent departments of the State Council (Chinese: 国务院组成部门; pinyin: Guówùyuàn Zǔchéng Bùmén; lit. 'State Affairs Court Constituent Department(s)') are the principal units of State Council of the People's Republic of China. Types of departments include ministries (; ), commissions (委员会; wěiyuánhuì), the People's Bank of China and the National Audit Office.

The current 14th State Council has 26 Constitute Departments; 21 ministries, three commissions along with the PBC and the Audit Office. It also has a General Office, one Directly Affiliated Specialized Institution, 14 Directly Affiliated Institutions, one Office, 7 Directly Affiliated Public Institutions, and 17 National Bureaus managed by ministries and commissions of the State Council.[1][2][3][4]

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