This article contests the contention by Dr. Marenco that Judge Pescatore asserts a theory that Member States of the EED are prevented by Community law from intervening in the marketplace by legislation. Rather, Judge Pescatore explains how his article envisaged acts of legislation by which Member States specifically intervene in the normal play of competition. He goes on to say that Dr. Marenco is battling an imaginary theory of his own making and not against what he actually wrote.
European Community Competition Law- A Rejoinder by Judge Pescatore,
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