The major stock exchanges in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) completed trading on Tuesday mainly in positive territory on statistical data from China, which helped to ease concerns about the state of the country’s economy, according to exchanges.As a result of trading, the Shanghai Composite Shanghai Stock Exchange index rose 1.35% to 2902.19 points, the Shenzhen Composite index increased 1.87% to 1595.82 points. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 0.1% to 25664.07 points, while the Japanese Nikkei 225 rose 0.96% to 20456.08 points. South Korean KOSPI grew by 0.43% to 1924.6 points, the Australian S & P / ASX 200 – by 0.48%, to 6471.2 points.Bidders drew attention to statistics from China, according to which the profit of large industrial enterprises of the country in July grew by 2.6% year on year after a decrease in June of 3.1%.An additional positive factor for the markets remained the comments of US President Donald Trump that China had contacted US sales representatives and expressed a desire to return to the negotiating table. He also did not rule out the possibility of introducing a deferment to increase duties on goods from this country. Analysts at Okasan Online Securities, quoted by France Presse, believe Trump’s comments helped boost US exchanges, triggering purchases on the Japanese market and leading to an increase in the Nikkei index.The Hong Kong exchange at the same time remained under pressure due to internal geopolitical tensions. Hong Kong administration chief Carrie Lam said Tuesday that starting a dialogue with protesters who have been protesting extradition laws for several months does not mean that the government will tolerate violent acts. A statement was made against the backdrop of Lam meeting with young people after the clashes that occurred on Sunday between the demonstrators and the police.