PC market in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka totaled 393,184 units in the second half of 2005, thus bringing full year 2005 shipments to 851,735 units, representing a 16% growth for the year. With full year growth of 19%, Pakistan boasted the highest growth rate among the three markets, while Bangladesh and Sri Lanka achieved respectable 13% and 12% growth rates respectively. IDC predicts that the compounded annual growth rate from 2006-2010 for Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will reach 19%, 22% and 11% respectively, largely driven by public sector purchases, as well as the telecommunications and financial services sectors. In Pakistan, local branded PC vendors such as In-Box and Raffles achieved commendable market share in the past year by banking on government and education projects. But multinational PC vendor HP grew 38.5% YTY to take the top spot in Sri Lanka in 2005 thanks to projects in the government, corporate, and education sectors.