Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

March 9 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1100 GMT on Friday:

** China Resources Beer (Holdings) Co Ltd is in talks to acquire Heineken NV's China business in a deal that could be worth more than $1 billion, as the country's largest brewer seeks new growth from premium brands, five people close to the discussions said.

** Japan's Idemitsu Kosan Co said its subsidiary acquired 100 percent of the outstanding shares of an independent Australian petroleum products distributor Trinity Petroleum Services Pty Ltd.

** State-controlled China Huarong Asset Management Co has bought a 36.2 percent stake in the unit of CEFC China Energy through which CEFC is acquiring a $9.1 billion stake in Russia's Rosneft, a filing by the CEFC unit showed.

** China's Sinopec Corp got a major boost in its pursuit of Chevron's South Africa and Botswana assets after South Africa's Competition Tribunal approved, with conditions, the $900 million transaction.

** Toshiba Corp expects the sale of its $18 billion memory chip business to be completed by June at the latest, if not by an agreed deadline of the end of March, as it awaits antitrust regulatory approval from China.

** Japanese auto parts supplier Denso Corp is buying an additional 4.5 percent stake in chipmaker Renesas Electronics in a deal worth $800 million based on market prices, as car makers accelerate the adoption of self-driving and other technologies.

** China's HNA Group is selling a land parcel in Hong Kong to local developer Wheelock and Co Ltd for $811.1 million, the latest in a string of global asset disposals to ease its liquidity crunch.

** ** Royal Dutch Shell is selling out of the aging Draugen field in Norway and is also offering small stakes in a number of other fields, according to a document seen by Reuters.

** The head of Boeing Co said on Thursday the U.S. planemaker can absorb transactions on the scale of a proposed tie-up with Brazil's Embraer without putting at risk internal investments in its business or returning cash to shareholders.

** Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA said on Thursday to start the binding phase in the process to sell 100 percent of subsidiary Petrobras Oil & Gas B.V., according to a securities filing. (Compiled by Mrinalini Krothapalli in Bengaluru)