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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

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(Adds Coty, Oncoclinicas, AGROB Immobilien, Oi SA)

Oct 1 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1347 GMT on Friday:

** Five9 Inc shareholders voted down the call center software firm's $14.7 billion sale to Zoom Video Communications Inc, a major blow to Zoom's plan to expand its offerings following its pandemic boom.

** Global technology firm Foxconn will buy an assembly plant owned by U.S. electric vehicle startup Lordstown Motors Corp for $230 million and take over production of a new pickup truck, the companies said.

** Brazilian oncology chain Oncoclinicas said it has signed a memorandum of understanding to acquire oncology group Unity Participacoes S.A. for about 1.17 billion reais ($215 million) in a stock and cash deal.

** Coty Inc said it would swap around 9% of its stake in professional beauty business Wella with KKR & Co Inc for some of the cosmetic maker's shares the U.S. buyout firm owns, valuing the deal at $426.5 million.

** Brazilian telecom company Oi SA said it would sell its Infraco fiber unit to funds managed by BTG Pactual SA for 12.9 billion reais ($2.37 billion), according to a securities filing.

** Australia's Genex Power said it signed a deal with Tesla Inc's local unit to develop its Bouldercombe battery project in Queensland using the U.S.-based electric carmaker's lithium-ion battery technology.

** Singapore Telecommunications has divested a 70% stake in its Australian tower network to superannuation fund AustralianSuper for A$1.9 billion ($1.37 billion), and said it will use the proceeds to fund a 5G rollout and for data centres.

** Brazilian conglomerate Novonor, its creditor banks and state-controlled oil company Petrobras are expected to take a first step to divest from petrochemical company Braskem SA in the fourth quarter, three sources with knowledge of the matter said.

** France's biggest telecoms group Orange said it would buy insurer Groupama's 21.7% stake in Orange Bank, its online banking unit, and also provide the bank with a 230 million euros ($266.4 million) capital increase.

** Shares in German real estate firm AGROB Immobilien soared 25% after property firm RFR agreed to buy a majority stake in the firm from funds backed by Apollo and launched an offer for the remaining shares. (Compiled by Rajarshi Roy and Tiyashi Datta in Bengaluru)

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