Gross fixed capital formation decreased 1 percent and government spending contracted 0.3 percent. Exports rose 0.2 percent while imports fell 0.3 percent. Consumer spending increased a meager 0.1 percent.
The economy has posted either zero or negative growth in every quarter since the third quarter of 2011.
Year-on-year, the GDP contracted 0.5 percent, worsening from a 0.4 percent drop initially estimated. While gross fixed capital formation shrank 3.1 percent, consumer and government spending increased 0.4 percent and 0.2 percent respectively. Exports rose 1.3 percent but imports fell 0.7 percent.