In fiscal year 2012, MIGA issued $2.7 billion in investment guarantees for 52 projects in MIGA’s developing member countries. This represents a 27 percent increase over last year’s record high issuance. Fifty-eight percent of MIGA’s new business volume this year was in the infrastructure sector, a strategic priority for the Agency. This included power and transportation projects in Albania, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Pakistan, Panama, Rwanda, Tunisia, and Senegal. Overall, 70 percent of MIGA’s new volume this year fell into one or more of MIGA's priority areas: investments in the world's poorest countries, "South-South" investments, investments in conflict-affected countries, and investments in complex projects. Read the report's introductory pages for more highlights.