China’s goal can be reached through market forces if foreign companies see an interest to contribute technology to infrastructure projects as subcontractors.
China’s goals are much narrower. "Expanding third-party cooperation" (拓展第三方市场合作) only gets a quick mention in the work report of the State Council presented last March to the National People’s Congress, suggesting low priority. At the same time, the goals of third-party cooperation are articulated with great clarity: access to technology and management skills. The official website of China’s State Council describes a "triple-win" model (三方共赢) that "effectively brings together the superiori production capacity of China, the advanced technologies of developed states and the needs of most developing nations" (将中国的优势产能、发达国家的先进技术和广大发展中国家的发展需求有效对接).