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Xbox gamers fear the “red ring of death,” a flashing light that can herald system failure. Microsoft, which makes the consoles, must be awaiting a similar sign in China. After 22 years, the tech giant has achieved little in the country, which looks to account for around 2 per cent of revenue. Cloud services may multiply that over time, but political headwinds are raising the cost of business – possibly too high.

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