Indonesia's finance minister, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, arrives for the G20 Finance Ministers meeting at the Treasury, in central London September 5, 2009, REUTERS/Dominic Lipinski/Pool      By Dicky Kristanto and Andreas Ismar
JAKARTA, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Indonesia’s parliament on Wednesday passed a revised law on value added tax (VAT) and sales tax on luxury goods, which could boost corporate mergers and spur the country’s fledging Islamic markets.