We reported last week that the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite will not see a broad international release until 2013. The company instead will focus on the core US market at the end of October for the debut of their first glowing e-reader. Digitimes is now reporting that there are manufacturing issues with the new device and will likely only see a few million units produced in all of 2012. The main issues are a labor and a raw material shortage for some of the more critical of components. Amazon still intends on releasing the device on schedule but will likely see stores in the USA getting one shipment a week and not many units. In the meantime, if you live outside the States, Shop e-Readers is the only company distributing them internationally.