Davos : As global leaders flag concerns over the protectionist measures introduced by the US and some other countries, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has said that ‘Make in India’ cannot be termed as protectionism and that India wants to share its prosperity with everyone in the world. Speaking at the WEF summit, Goyal said India has positioned itself as a global statesman in the context of prevailing concerns relating to a fractured world. “India has always believed in sharing our prosperity with the rest of the world. ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ (the world is one family) has been our credo since times immemorial. “Even now when we talk of Make in India, we are offering a platform where India has a competitive advantage compared to other countries. It’s a very attractive place to do business and a large market,” Goyal told the PTI.