BRATISLAVA, Oct 10 (Reuters) - The Spanish government's austerity drive should be sufficient to shield the euro zone country from seeking international aid, the finance minister of fellow euro zone member Slovakia said on Wednesday.
"They have their structural problems, but their plans and their reactions are considered sufficient. There is no signal from the Spanish side (to seek) aid," Finance Minister Peter Kazimir told reporters after a Slovak government meeting.
"There is a perception that 'sunnier days' lie ahead," he added.
(Reporting by Martin Santa)
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