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Swedish home furnishings purveyor IKEA hopes to have all incandescent bulbs out of its U.S. and Canadian stores by Jan. 1, and only sell other, longer lasting bulbs. That's ahead of federal legislation that calls for a phase-out beginning in 2012. IKEA said customers will have more efficient options including CFLs, LED and halogen lamps. The pullout applies to the 48 stores in Canada and the United States. IKEA has more than 300 stores in 37 countries, including 37 in the U.S.