In May, the White House agreed to delay new tariffs on EU vehicle and parts imports for six months.
The White House wants decision power on where automakers build cars and parts in North America.
Other carmakers such as Ford, VW and Honda are fine with California setting its own fuel efficiency regulations.
Despite the two countries having reached a recent agreement, the tension between U.S. and China is affecting other countries as well.
In reality, Renault hasn’t been active in the U.S. market for 30 years.
President Trump threatened Japan with auto tariffs after car imports were deemed a national security threat, but eventually did not go through with it.
The U.S. government could pull billions of road funding from California if it doesn’t comply with its emissions standards.
The war between the Trump administration, who revoked states’ rights to set their own standards, and state officials is escalating.
States will now longer be able to set their own fuel economy and emission standards.
The new between the U.S. and Japan could be announced as soon as next week after President Trump’s and Prime Minister Abe’s meeting.
Over a dozen states in the U.S. follow California’s emission standards, and already members of the Congress have vowed to block the POTUS’ move.
Authorities say Richard McEwan caused more than $17,000 in damage to the golf course.