Because the industry that builds computer chip did not run their respective companies well enough to foresee a problem in the future. Which is their job, not the companies paying for the service.
This is easier than it looks, your making this to complicated. Not sure you can handle this type of thinking.
Company hires company to build and deliver a product. If the product doesn't arrive on time and in usable condition. Then the fault lies with the company that was hired in the first place not the company paying for the service.
So answer this question, who hired who to build chips?
So the industry that builds cars did not run their respective companies well enough to foresee a problem in the future. Right?
If a fleet manager has a contract with GM and now GM cannot supply the vehicles, it is GM's fault, correct?