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Byline: Jason Roberson
Aug. 27--MORAINE, Ohio -- Managers at the General Motors Corp. Moraine Assembly Plant warned union officials earlier this month about possible production cuts because high gas prices, increased competition and a lethargic economy were crippling sales of the plant's midsize sport utility vehicles.
Last week, leaders of Local 798 of the International Union of Electronic Workers-Communications Workers of America recapped the conversation in a letter to union members and posted it on the union's Web site.
On Thursday, the situation remained fluid.
"Everything is still vague and we have no specifics as far as what's going …