Eurozone growth painfully above 1%

GDP growth in the Euro zone is 1.2% (annualized rate) since the last quarter of 2017.
The figure of 0.2% (0.75% annualized rate) for the third quarter of 2019 does not change this trend. The carry over for 2019 at the end of the third quarter is 1.1% and growth over the year will be around 1.2% at best.
 After the catch-up in 2017, the economy of the Euro zone no longer has the capacity to accelerate. What does one do with the German budget surplus?Can we use it and put in place a more proactive fiscal policy in order to lock in a higher growth trajectory? See here in French

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