Nourishing a growth market in China Dutch know-how
The Dutch agriculture sector has a worldwide reputation in the field of precision agriculture and quality food production - Buren is the first Dutch law firm with a license from the Chinese Ministry of Justice and has been active in China since 1995 in assisting clients in the agriculture sector. These facts combined have made our China Practice Group leading in the field of agriculture law in this region.
Always on the verge
The long-term demand for a range of agricultural products has increased dramatically. This demand is predominantly driven by developing countries in Asia, in particular China. New technologies and breeding methods are changing the agriculture business models causing a dynamic legal playing field. Our decades-long presence in China ensures clients of inside knowledge as well as up-to-date insights.
Our China Practice Group teaches a master course on Chinese agriculture and food law at Wageningen University each year and acts as the chair of the International Bar Association Agriculture Working Group since 2015.
We made a major contribution to Global Agricultural Law - a title from the European Lawyer Reference series of Thomson Reuters - with the chapters about the Netherlands and China and general editing by Jan Holthuis - head of our China practice. Click here for more information.
Our agriculture team advises Dutch investors and corporations on:
Our publications on agriculture:
BUREN advises Greenco Holding B.V. upon the sale of all shares in GP Someren Vastgoed B.V. and Driemaster Vastgoed B.V.
Buren advises Ploeger Oxbo, an agriculture machinery niche player, on restructuring its China business and renegotiating its joint-venture agreement terms.
Buren advises on the joint venture agreement between a leading Dutch and a major Chinese grower of vegetables.
In the wake of the developments concerning the COVID-19 / Coronavirus, BUREN has adjusted it’s policies to ensure that our services and responsiveness
On 11 December 2019 the Supreme People’s Court of China (‘SPC’) handed down its decision in
Buren has contributed to Agribusiness, a publication by Getting the Deal Through*.