This study aims to examine the effect of inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates on the rate of economic growth in Indonesia through the People’s Business Credit. The data used is secondary data obtained from BPS. The data in this study is an annual time series from 2007-2020. This study uses the simultaneous regression analysis method with the Amos program. The findings of this study indicate that inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates do not affect Indonesia’s economic growth. This study shows that the policies implemented can stabilize the rupiah exchange rate, inflation, and interest rates which in turn have an impact on the distribution of People’s Business Credit so as to increase Indonesia’s economic growth.