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If you need to link to the EU institutions' websites - Eur-Lex, EU-Bookshop, Tender Online Daily - you must follow the rules on linking as outlined below:

Link to the European Union Laws (Eur-lex)

Links to the European Union Book Shop (EU-Bookshop)

Every book is identified by a nine-character code known as its catalogue number.

The language of the navigation is a two-character code.

These codes must be specified as follows:

    •<catalogue number>:<navigation language>

For example:

Links to Tender Online Daily (TED)

Every tender is identified by a six-character code, followed by a dash, followed by the year of publication (e. g. 297367-2018).

The language of the navigation (two characters) and the format (e. g. HTML) follow the keyword TEXT.

For example:

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