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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

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(Adds TFI, Twitter; Updates 3M Co, Bain Capital)

July 26 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1930 GMT on Tuesday:

** French television group TF1 and Bouygues said the French competition authority has concerns about TF1's plans to merge with broadcaster M6.

** Elon Musk asked a judge to schedule a five-day trial beginning Oct. 17, not Oct. 10 as requested by Twitter Inc , to resolve his bid to walk away from his $44 billion deal to acquire the social media platform, according to a court filing.

** Private equity firm Oakley Capital said its Iberian software business, Grupo Primavera, would combine with French cloud firm Cegid in an all-stock deal that values the combined company at 6.8 billion euros ($6.90 billion).

** 3M Co disclosed plans to spin off its healthcare business into a listed company, joining a raft of U.S. manufacturers looking to simplify their business and boost investor returns..

** Bain Capital has struck a deal to give rival buyout fund BC Partners joint ownership of Italy's Fedrigoni in a transaction valuing the paper manufacturer at 3 billion euros ($3 billion), the companies said on Tuesday.

** French satellite company Eutelsat will suspend its dividend for two years to invest in the development of British rival OneWeb's satellite network as part of an all-share deal to merge the two groups, the companies said.

** British e-commerce group THG said it had terminated a collaboration agreement with a unit of SoftBank Group Corp due to challenging global market conditions.

** Singapore Telecommunications said it would sell its loss-making digital marketing arm Amobee to London-listed Tremor International for $239 million in a bid to sharpen its focus on core businesses.

** Fintech company GloriFi is planning a U.S. listing by merging with blank-check firm DHC Acquisition Corp in a $1.7 billion deal.

** Former U.S. Congressman Stephen Buyer has been charged with insider trading over purchases of shares in telecommunications company Sprint before it merged with T-Mobile US Inc, prosecutors said. (Compiled by Rajarshi Roy, Arunima Kumar and Amruta Khandekar in Bengaluru)

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