RSS feeds

RSS feed

What’s an RSS feed?

An RSS feed allows you to stay up to date with the latest news and documents published on a website. Simply subscribe to the RSS feed, in the reader of your choice, and all the new features will be automatically brought to you without having to browse regularly. You can subscribe to as many RSS feeds as you like.


Find here the main EU Single Market feeds that allow you to keep an eye on your sector(s) of interest.
Copy the link from the RSS button or drag and drop in your RSS reader to subscribe.


RSS feed General policy

Latest news on overall Single Market policy, Councils, Scoreboard, External Dimension, etc.

RSS feed Public procurement

Latest news on EU policy about public procurement.

 
RSS feed Financial services and capital markets

Latest news on EU policy about financial services, financial markets, insurances, pensions, investment funds, payment services, banking, securities and the free movement of capital.

RSS feed Intellectual property

Latest news on EU policy about copyright and industrial property.

 
RSS feed Free movement of professionals

Latest news on EU policy about professional qualifications.

 
RSS feed Services

Latest news on services directive, postal services, infringements related to free movement of services and freedom of establishment, and all services sectors except financial services.

RSS feed Consultations

Stay informed on the latest consultations launched by DG Internal Market & Services.

 
RSS feed Company law, auditing and accounting

Latest news on EU policy about company law, auditing and accounting.

 
 
Where do I find an RSS reader?
Most of the latest web browsers (such as Internet Explorer 7) natively support RSS feeds.

If your browser does not have this feature, you can find many freeware RSS readers for various operating systems on the web. Search for “RSS reader”, “News reader” or “Aggregator” on your favourite search engine.
I have a RSS reader. Now what?
Click on the little RSS feed button next to the RSS feed you want to read. Then drag and drop the button into your RSS reader. You may also copy the link from the button and paste it into your RSS reader.

Last update: 05.12.2011