Final figures came better than a preliminary 0.2 percent growth as revisions in import and export prices softened the negative impact from external trade.
Domestic demand contributed positively to growth (1.1 percent from -0.9 percent in the previous period), led by a 1.3 percent rise in private consumption. In contrast, net external demand contributed negatively (-0.8 percent after +1.1 percent in the previous quarter), due to higher imports.
Year-on-year, the GDP expanded 1.1 percent, compared with a preliminary estimate of 1 percent. While domestic demand increased 1.9 percent, net external demand fell 0.9 percent.