**Clinton Looks for Trade Boost in Vietnam Talks**
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is visiting Vietnam Tuesday to meet with senior officials and discuss boosting trade.
She is due to hold talks with Foreign Minister Pham Binh Mihn and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, as well as meet with U.S. and Vietnamese business leaders.
The State Department says Clinton will witness the signing of agreements on education exchanges and commercial contracts while in Vietnam.
The visit is part of an Asian tour that has already taken her to Japan and Mongolia. She will visit Laos and Cambodia later this week.
**Euro Finance Ministers Agree to $37 Billion for Spanish Banks**
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to a $37 billion bailout for Spain's ailing banks.
Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday the money should be available by the end of the month pending final approval of the deal.
Spain has asked for $125 billion in aid as its borrowing costs have soared. Officials said Tuesday the total amount of the bailout could reach that level, but that the loan agreement requires Spain to implement banking sector reforms.
The ministers also agreed to give Spain an extra year - until 2014 - to cut its budget deficit.