The country has recorded a better than expected trade surplus, despite falling exports.
Official figures show a surplus of $123 million in April.
Exports fell by 5.5 percent to $4.2 billion, due to lower prices and quantities of dairy products like milk powder, butter and cheese.
Imports rose by 2.6 percent to $4 billion.
The annual trade deficit widened to $2.6 billion, the largest in nearly six years.