Household consumption grew at a faster 4.7 percent (+3.6 percent in Q3), government spending grew further by 8.1 percent (+8 percent in Q3) and gross fixed capital formation expanded by 3.5 percent, after showing no growth in the previous quarter.
Exports rose by 2.1 percent (-1.4 percent in Q3), the first increase in four quarters, while imports contracted at a faster 2.6 percent (-1.2 percent in Q3).
On the production side, agriculture activities grew 2.8 percent, industry advanced 7.2 percent and services sector expanded 6.1 percent.
On a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted basis, the economy expanded 0.7 percent.
Considering full 2015, the economy expanded by 4 percent, accelerating from a 3 percent growth in 2014. Household final consumption increased by 4.5 percent (from +1.4 percent in 2014) and government final expenditure increased by 6.7 percent (from +4.7 percent). Also, gross fixed capital formation increased by 3.6 percent (from -1.3 percent).
Meanwhile, exports of goods and services shrank by 0.8 percent (from +7.4 percent in the previous year), while imports increased slightly by 0.3 percent (from -0.3 percent).