Household consumption expenditure recovered (+0.2% after –0.2%) while gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) decreased (–0.3% after +0.4%). Overall, total domestic demand (excluding inventory changes) contributed positively to GDP: 0.2 percentage point after 0.1 percentage point. Imports fell (–0.5% after +1.6%) and exports slightly accelerated (+0.6% after +0.3%). Hence, the foreign trade balance contributed positively to GDP growth: 0.3 percentage point (after –0.4 percentage point). This contribution is offset by changes in inventories contribution: –0.4 percentage point in Q3, after +0.2 point. Carried-over GDP growth for the whole year is also revised by 0.1 percentage point to +0.1%.