* Wants to make sure it can process all its sales in time * Sold more than 10,500 cars, trucks with clunker rebates CHICAGO, Aug 23 (Reuters) - AutoNation Inc , the largest U.S. chain of auto dealers, decided to end its "cash for clunkers" rebates as of Friday night, three days ahead of the government's Monday deadline, The Wall Street Journal reported. The program, aimed at boosting vehicle sales while helping the environment, offers rebates of up to $4,500 to car buyers trading in ...
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