By Marcin Goettig and Patrick Graham WARSAW (Reuters) – Only months after a stagnant winter marked the end of one of Europe's few recent economic success stories, financial experts are increasingly convinced Poland is mounting a robust recovery. The question when the European Union's biggest eastern member stalled at the end of 2012 was whether a decade of growth after its entry to the bloc in 2004 had been a one-off honeymoon, or could be repeated. No doubt Poles are feeling the effect of the slowdown after a rise in joblessness and insecurity. …
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