September 3, 1991 |
Robert Lees arrived in Moscow a few weeks ago to do a little business and found himself in the middle of a coup. Lees is president of Pacific InterTrade Corp., a Westlake Village company that helps American concerns set up complex trading deals in foreign countries. He traveled to the Soviet Union to arrange the export to a factory in Lithuania of U.S.-made equipment used in fabricating television picture tubes. But on Aug.