Attorney Dino Barajas recently worked on a deal to build, develop and finance a hydroelectric power plant in Guatemala that had more than its share of international challenges.

The project involved a Honduran developer with Lebanese roots, a bank from Trinidad and Tobago, a Dutch development bank, an Israeli contractor with an office in Guatemala and a German contractor with an office in Brazil.

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