Apparently so, already for 1 month it looks like.
"Starting today, people in Taipei can book an Uber ride, and we expect to bring Uber back to other cities in the near future," Likai Gu, general manager of Uber Taiwan, said. "We want to partner with more transportation service partners in weeks and months to come, whether they be from rental car companies or the taxi industry."
Taiwan's highway bureau, which is part of the transport ministry, said that it welcomed Uber's move, but would continue to supervise Uber's operations in Taiwan to ensure that it did not pair up with unlicensed individual drivers.
It said that Uber still had T$830 million in outstanding fines under a legal process of being recovered.