.32 is a pretty crappy caliber anyway IMO. Why have a .32 when you can have a .380 for the same size? Though if you want a pistol for concealment, I don't think HP is your company. For around $250 you can get a Kel-Tec P3AT (or if you must, a P32) that will be amazing for CC and not break the bank. Sure .380 is pretty hard to come by right now, but at least I have seen it, whereas .32 I haven't seen in quite a while. I'm not really sure why you'd want a .32 carbine...but if they did make one I doubt enough people would buy it to justify their expenses.
I know you are a new member here...but if you think about what you post before post it people will respect you a lot more. HPs business model is low cost weapons in common calibers, and the most common calibers are 9mm, .40, and .45. TBH, I'm surprised they made a .380. Common calibers mean a larger market, and mass production leads to lower fixed cost by spreading the cost across a larger number of units. To invest in something like .32 they would need to spend a large sum of money to make a product in a somewhat odd caliber with a small market...which is exactly the opposite of HPs business model.