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This research tries to investigate how interest rates affect economic performance by using indicators of GDP, consumption, investment and interest rates. The World Bank provided secondary data for our study, which has an annual study period from 2000 to 2020. We use vector analysis for estimate data. We found that Investments encourage economic growth, although, in Thailand, domestic consumption does not necessarily encourage economic growth. This is very surprising because it is a differentdoi:10.54204/taji/vol412022009 fatcat:lphbffnsmfeb5pzrgq5jfaadha